EMAROSA Inches Closer to Selling Out Peach Club Tour!

When Bradley Walden and the boys of Emarosa announced their intentions to play their atmospheric album of dreamy dance floor bops Peach Club in its entirety during their winter tour, their fans got understandably hyped. Seven stops have already sold out including Austin, Texas, both nights in NYC, and all three of the band’s California dates. The remaining tickets for the tour are on sale now at https://www.emarosa.us/. Of the tour, Walden said, “We’re performing Peach Club front to back. We’ve never done anything like this. It’ll be special.”

By juxtaposing fierce-1980s sound with sparkling indie-pop riffs and glittering hooks with candid and heavy-handed storytelling, weaving together the spirited chimes, synths, and infectiously danceable bass riffs that put Emarosa’s historically scuzzed-up sound in the rear-view mirror. With Billboard describing the album as “simultaneously guitar-heavy and vibrant in its synth-pop tendencies” and DuJour calling tracks like “Get Back Up,” “Cautious,” “Givin’ Up,” and “Don’t Cry,” “catchy pop-inspired songs laced with romance and a little edge,” Emarosa have made it blatantly clear they have unapologetically reinvented themselves. 

Nov. 29 Sacramento, CA Holy Driver *SOLD OUT
Nov. 30 Santa Ana, CA Constellation Room *SOLD OUT
Dec. 2 Salt Lake City, CA Kilby Court
Dec. 3 Denver, CO Larimer Louneg
Dec. 5 Minneapolis, MN 7th Street Entry
Dec. 6 Chicago, IL Subterranean
Dec. 7 Lakewood, OH The Foundry
Dec. 8 Pontiac, MI The Pike Room
Dec. 10 Philadelphia, PA The Foundry at Fillmore
Dec. 11 New York, NY Mercury Lounge *SOLD OUT
Dec. 12 Boston, MA Great Scott *SOLD OUT
Dec. 13 Brooklyn, NY Rough Trade Records *SOLD OUT
Dec. 15 Nashville, TN High Watt
Dec. 17 Dallas, TX Club Dada
Dec. 18 Austin, TX Stubb’s Indoor
Dec. 20 Phoenix, AZ The Rebel Lounge
Dec. 21 Los Angeles, CA The Moroccan *SOLD OUT

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