Future Islands Tickets
A synthpop ensemble based in Baltimore, the Future Islands is a promising addition to the American music industry. With its alternative rock and indie pop tunes, the band is ready to hit the road again this September. Featuring talented artists like Samuel T. Herring, William Cashion, Gerrit Welmers and touring drummer Michael Lowry, the band has announced a massive North American trek and will soon be singing live in your city. Get your Future Islands tickets soon if you want to be a part of the lucky audience. Formed in 2006, the band rose to fame with its famous singing performance “Seasons (Waiting on You)” on The Late Show with David Letterman. The band became an online sensation following the performance which was subsequently declared the Best Song of 2014 by critics and the media alike.
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The Concert Experience
You sure don’t want to miss this incredible group of musicians live on the stage. With its 2014 album “Singles”, the band is ready to rock its fans with fresh songs from its new album. Future Islands has successfully released four studio albums and numerous singles and EPs. It is well-known for its spectacular onstage performances and fans have always desired to see them sing live. If you want to watch this talented troupe performing in the same special way, then get your Future Islands tickets today.
The passionate musicians met each other at the East Carolina University in Greenville in 2003 and formed the initial ensemble Art Lord & the Self-Portraits. The lineup consisted of Herring, Welmers, Cashion, Kymia Nawabi and Adam Beeby. This association could not last long and after releasing four studio albums, the band parted in 2005. However, the young musicians Cashion, Welmers and Herring, determined for success, formed another band titled Future Islands with the drummer Erick Murillo. The band went on to make its debut album “Wave Like Home” in collaboration with Chester Gwazda in the year 2006 but the album finally got released in 2008 under the Upset the Rhythm label. Interestingly, the album’s cover art was designed by the former Art Lord & the Self-Portraits member Kymia Nawabi.
In 2007 the Future Islands decided to move to Baltimore and gradually climbed the success ladder. The same year Murillo left the band and the remaining artists embarked on the journey on their own. Later that year, the band recorded its first three-piece “Feathers and Hallways 7” in Oakland, California. The collection was released during its first ever national tour and was a big encouragement for the band. In 2010, Future Islands released its sophomore album “In Evening Air” under the Thrill Jockey label. The album was recorded in a living room and received mixed reviews. The following year the musicians came up with third album under the same label, titled “On the Water”, followed by extensive country-wide touring. The troupe announced its contract with the 4AD label, which was to release its fourth album “Singles”. The album was released in March 2014 and acted as a magnum opus for the new-found band. After its epic performance at David Letterman’s live show, the album’s lead single “Seasons (waiting on You)” became its breakthrough single.
Following the release of its fourth album, the band has been enjoying relatively positive reviews from the fans and critics alike. The band’s composition and work is often described as “terse yet passionate music wrought from a stripped back palette.” The band members have been praised for their instrumental and vocal abilities that perfectly synch with each other, “Gerrit Welmers’ synthesizer melodies tumble across the austere wilderness of William Cashion’s post-punk bass pulse, driven ever forward by ecstatic electronic rhythms.”
Future Islands is also known to work with a variety of artists from other genres like Santa Dads, Dan deacon and Double dagger to name a few. If you really want to witness this promising band treat the fans with its alternative and indie pop tunes, then don’t miss out on getting your Future Islands tickets as soon as possible.
Future Islands News & Updates
Future Islands announce North American tour
Future Islands Announces North American Tour Dates
American synthpop band from Baltimore, Future Islands recently announced an additional twenty dates to their North American tour. The tour is in support of their latest music record ‘The Far Field’. The new run will start in September in Richmond, Virginia. Among the cities on the itinerary are Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, Dallas and Denver. ‘The Far Field’ is Future Islands’ fifth studio album. It was released via 4AD on April 7, 2017. The band’s previous record ‘Singles’ reached the 40th spot on the Billboard 200.
Future Islands Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Future Islands tickets is $148. The date and location for this event is 5-Sep-19 at Dell Music Center, Philadelphia. The minimum get-in price for Future Islands tickets is $90.
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