Mexican rock band Mana released a second single from new album "Drama y Luz" and announced their next tour will begin June 16 with a concert in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The single, "Amor Clandestino," was the inspiration of Mana lead singer Fher Olvera, Warner Music said in a press release.

After three shows at San Juan's Coliseo Jose Miguel Agrelot, the "Drama y Luz" tour will move to Los Angeles for three concerts at the Staples Center.

Mana will be in Texas from June 29 to July 3, performing in San Antonio, Dallas and Houston, before moving on to Miami, Orlando and Atlanta.

The band then heads north, to Washington, New York, Boston and Chicago, where Mana will perform July 21 and 22.

Following a break, the tour will resume in Spain in mid-September, with shows set for Madrid and Barcelona.

"Drama y Luz" has already gone platinum in Argentina and Mexico and has generated more than 5 million digital downloads in Paraguay, Uruguay, Mexico and Chile, according to Warner.

Mana, formed more than three decades ago in Guadalajara, has won three Grammys and five Latin Grammys while selling upwards of 25 million albums worldwide.