As the ‘Made In Canada’ Tour comes to a close, the Montreal-based duo Adventure Club has announced that they’ll be stopping in the states for a few more shows!
Adventure Club reminded all of their American fans that they haven’t forgotten about them in the best way possible: by announcing their ‘Forever’ tour which will be hitting a few major cities right here in the U.S. The tour immediately follows their wildly successful Canadian one, which will be concluding this Sunday with their performance at Shambhala Music Festival.
Christian and Leighton have come a long way since their early tracks “Gold” and “Crash 2.0.” After releasing their debut album, RED // BLUE late last year, they’ve just recently released a remix of Kehlani’s “Undercover” that’s reminiscent of their earlier work and packs the classic Adventure Club punch. Kehlani’s sultry vocals paired with the duo’s gooey dub drops make for the perfect soundtrack to drive late at night to… or just to listen to anytime.
Listen to Kehlani – “Undercover” (Adventure Club Remix) on SoundCloud:
Adventure Club Forever Tour Flyer:
Adventure Club Forever Tour Dates:
Shambhala Music Festival
Las Vegas, NV
Drais Beach Club
New York City
About ADVENTURE CLUB:
Montreal, Canada’s Adventure Club first emerged in 2010 and embarked on a wild ride to the upper echelon of electronic music. Along the way, their breakout hit “Wonder” [feat. Kite String Tangle] from the 2013 debut EP Calling All Heroes amassed over 10.8 million Spotify streams and earned a Gold certification in Canada. Meanwhile, they notched 10 HypeMachine #1’s, syncs on MTV’s Teen Wolf and Eye Candy, and created high-profile remixes for Brand New, Thrice, Alexisonfire, and Metric as well as collaborating with Krewella on the hit “Rise & Fall.”
In addition to packing houses on their headline Superheroes Anonymous and Made In Canada tours, they have ignited stages at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival and many more.
Their full-length debut album RED // BLUE -featuring cuts like “Firestorm” (feat. Sara Diamond), “Forever” [feat. Ben Stevenson], “Limitless” featuring fellow Canadian, singer/songwriter Delaney Jane, along with other favorites including “Gold” featuring Yuna and “Crash” –peaked at #2 on both the Billboard Top Electronic Album and iTunes Dance Albums charts upon its release.