Mute Math Tickets
Mutemath has completed its fifth studio album and is pumped like anything to perform it live. If you are just as excited, come show your love to the group on one of their shows across the US. Mute Math tickets are on sale now for their stops in various cities and AT&T customers can get a special “front of the line” access as well during pre-sale. This fall, New York City, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Miami and many more US cities are going to play host to Mutemath’s PLAY DEAD LIVE tour. Make sure you are there too.
Mute Math Venues
Mute Math Tickets
- Tue Oct 24 2017Tue Oct 24 2017
- Buy Mutemath, The Pageant Tickets for 10/24 08:00 PM Mutemath, The Pageant tickets for 10/24 08:00 PM at The Pageant, St. Louis, MO
- Tue Oct 24 2017
- Wed Oct 25 2017Wed Oct 25 2017
- Buy Mutemath, Egyptian Room At Old National Centre Tickets for 10/25 08:00 PM Mutemath, Egyptian Room At Old National Centre tickets for 10/25 08:00 PM at Egyptian Room At Old National Centre, Indianapolis, IN
- Wed Oct 25 2017
- Fri Oct 27 2017Fri Oct 27 2017
- Buy Mutemath, Saint Andrews Hall - Detroit Tickets for 10/27 07:00 PM Mutemath, Saint Andrews Hall - Detroit tickets for 10/27 07:00 PM at Saint Andrews Hall Detroit, Detroit, MI
- Fri Oct 27 2017
- Tue Oct 31 2017Tue Oct 31 2017
- Buy Mutemath, House Of Blues - Chicago Tickets for 10/31 07:00 PM Mutemath, House Of Blues - Chicago tickets for 10/31 07:00 PM at House Of Blues Chicago, Chicago, IL
- Tue Oct 31 2017
Tour: Fall 2017
Having completed their latest album, ‘Play Dead’, Mutemath is preparing for a fall tour titled PLAY DEAD LIVE. This is the group’s fifth studio album and headlining tour, two aspects in which the band has been consistently successful. Titled PLAY DEAD LIVE, the tour kicks off this fall in Boston and is scheduled to run through late October. The band will be making stops in major cities, including New York City, Miami, Philadelphia, Nashville, Los Angeles and many more.
Mute Math tickets are already available for multiple venues across the country. The band’s shows are particularly lauded for their performance factor: with compelling artistic production which often makes use of artwork and animation, the bands’ shows capture an audience’s attention and create an enthralling experience for them.
Mutemath’s latest studio album deviates from the happy-go-lucky songs that comprised the previous record, Vitals and the electronic infusion of 2016’ Changes. Play Dead is an unhinged creative expression, inspired heavily by 2011’s Odd Soul. Scheduled to release on the 8th of September, just before the band goes on tour, the album’s released singles are generating a lot of buzz already. “Hit Parade” is steaming across all platforms and it takes listeners on a thought-provoking psychological journey. Lyrically driven, this song is the first taste fans have received of this upcoming project.
According to drummer/programmer Darren King; “We played every chord we knew, we included every beat, fill and effect we could imagine and let the harmonies and arrangements roam wherever they could find space. There wasn’t a lot of ‘hey, you probably shouldn’t do that.’ It was more ‘hey, how can you go even further?’”
Therefore, fans can expect for this album to push any limits created within their mind about Mutemath’s previous works. Furthermore, lead vocalist Paul Meany mentions, “I think what we wound up with for the first time is a MUTEMATH album with no guard rails: which, after making 5 of these now, it’s been an invigorating experience to say the least.”
Having taken musical cues from bands such as the Stone Roses, Radioheads and Air, Mutemath has maintained the alternative rock tradition for modern audiences. Its lead singer and founder, Paul Meany was working in a New Orleans band called Earthsuit, when he became musical pen-pals with Darren King, a drummer from Springfield in Missouri. They shared demos with one another which ended up in entire songs being created. King was compelled to settle in New Orleans and the two actively began building a band. They added Roy Mitchell Cardenas on bass and Gregg Hill on guitars, and became successful in completing their unfinished songs by 2003.
The newly formed band took their demo to Tedd T., a reputed CCM producer who was working towards launching a new label, Teleprompt Records, which was solely dedicated to indie bands. The success of Mutemath’s first EP allowed for Teleprompt to secure a distribution deal with Warner Bros. for them. The band officially became a recognizable entity in 2005.
“Typical”, their first music video, became an instant success in 2007, breaking rock chart and paving the path towards the band’s MTV debut. The video was also nominated for a GRAMMY and it proved an instant success.
In 2009, they released a second studio album titled Armistice, which reached number eighteen on the Rock Charts. Mutemath toured this album independently and recorded one of their live performances in 2010. This was released as a DVD titled ‘Armistice Live’.
After Todd Gummerman replaced Hill as the band’s guitarist that October, the band released another album, ‘Odd Soul’ in 2011. Vitals followed this record as the band’s fourth studio LP, recorded and distributed by the band’s own music label called Wojtek Records.
Mute Math Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Mute Math's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in St. Louis at the The Pageant on 24-Oct-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Chicago at the House Of Blues - Chicago on 31-Oct-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Mutemath||The Pageant||St. Louis, MO||Tue Oct 24 201710/24 08:00 PM|
|Mutemath||Egyptian Room At Old National Centre||Indianapolis, IN||Wed Oct 25 201710/25 08:00 PM|
|Mutemath||Saint Andrews Hall - Detroit||Detroit, MI||Fri Oct 27 201710/27 07:00 PM|
|Mutemath||House Of Blues - Chicago||Chicago, IL||Tue Oct 31 201710/31 07:00 PM|
Mute Math Tickets Prices
The average price for Mute Math Tickets start from $43. The minimum get in price is $4 for Mute Math Tickets at the Egyptian Room At Old National Centre, Indianapolis. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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