Canada’s Juno Award nominated alternative-pop band, Valley is coming to Asia, with The Lost In Translation Tour arriving this August. The band will kick off the tour in Seoul, followed by Tokyo, Manila, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Singapore!
VALLEY: THE LOST IN TRANSLATION ASIA TOUR 2023 IN SINGAPORE
will take place at the Gateway Theatre
on 10 August 2023
(Thu). Artiste presale will begin from 29 May (Mon), 10am till 11:59pm. Live Nation members can secure tickets during the exclusive Live Nation presale on 30 May (Tue) from 10am till 11:59pm. Visit www.livenation.sg
for free membership signup and presale access. Tickets to public will be available from 31 May (Wed), 10am onwards via www.ticketmaster.sg
Canada’s Juno Award nominated alternative-pop band, Valley — Rob Laska (lead vocals), Michael “Mickey” Brandolino (guitar,synth), Alex Dimauro (bass), and Karah James (Drums, vocals) — amplify sticky hooks through eloquent songcraft that’s cognizant of what came before, yet ready for the future. Over the past few years, Valley released a steady stream of singles and EPs that have resonated with an international audience, garnering over half a billion global streams with tracks often appearing on viral charts in the U.S., Philippines, Korea, Japan and more.
In 2016, Valley formed by accident when a local studio double booked them. During high school, Mickey and Karah played in one band, while Rob and Alex played in another. They introduced themselves to the world with self-written, self-produced releases, including the EP This Room Is White (2016) and full-length debut MAYBE (2019), followed by sucks to see you doing better (2020) and Last Birthday (2021). The consistent release of new music garnered the band two JUNO Award nominations and praise from the likes of EARMILK, Wonderland, American Songwriter and CBC. Their gold certified single, “Like 1999” which originates back to a TikTok post broke international borders as it appeared on global viral charts.
Valley are known for their energetic live shows, opening for the likes of Lennon Stella, The Band CAMINO and Arkells plus performing at renowned music festivals across the world including The Governors Ball, Slow Life, Slow Live Festival, Wunderstruck, Life Is Beautiful and last year the band nearly sold out their first-ever North American headlining tour.
Last year, Valley saw their hard work paying off as they were profiled as part of prestigious programs such as Apple Music’s Up Next Artist alongside the release of their Apple Music Home Session plus a Spotify Singles Session. The group performed as part of Stephen Colbert’s #LiveAtHome sessions for their debut US TV appearance plus they opened the biggest Canadian sporting event, playing the 2022 Grey Cup kick-off show. With their second headlining North American tour and their sophomore album Lost In Translation set to release in June, 2023 is primed to be an explosive year for Valley.
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