Last year, Latin-infused psychedelic soul outfit Chicano Batman had only one opportunity to play live on stage. In anticipation of the band’s fourth full-length album, Invisible People, it planned an extensive tour beginning in April and running all the way through the end of June. Unfortunately, those tour dates never came to fruition, but the band was able to take the stage one time at the famed Hollywood Bowl for a crowd-less performance. On Thursday, Chicano Batman shared a video of “Manuel’s Story” from the Hollywood Bowl.

Originally released back in November by the LA Phil, Chicano Batman’s full six-song performance takes a deep dive into Invisible People. The full multi-media package also includes an essay by former New York Times journalist Walter Thompson-Hernández, as well as a gallery of still images, and an interview with the band.

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The three-minute odyssey of “Manuel’s Story” serves as a microcosm of the wide range of influences present in Chicano Batman. Starting off with a driving, poppy rhythm, singer Eduardo Arenas quickly takes over with his dominating vocals. Meanwhile, an overdrive-laden guitar pounds out a riff that could slide into a hard rock band with ease. All of these seemingly opposing forces all blend together into the unique style that is Chicano Batman.

Watch Chicano Batman perform “Manuel’s Story” at an empty Hollywood Bowl below, or click here to see the entire performance.

Chicano Batman – “Manuel’s Story” (Live at Hollywood Bowl)

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Chicano Batman live from the Hollywood Bowl | Sound/Stage

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