This September, YouTube sensation Against The Current aka ATC will be performing in Singapore! The group will be coming to Southeast Asia as part of their 2nd world tour to promote their very first full-length album, titled “In Our Bones”.

The trio released their debut album on 20th May and it consists of 12 self-written tracks including “Running With The Wild Things”, “Forget Me Now”, and “Blood Like Gasoline”.

Source: In Our Bones Website
Source: In Our Bones Website

This is not the first time that the band has visited Southeast Asia. In August 2014, the group held a concert alongside cover singer Alex Goot in Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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Formed in 2011, the American pop rock band consists of lead singer Chrissy Costanza, guitarist Dan Gow, and drummer Will Ferri. The 3-piece-band gained immense popularity after posting covers of hit songs on their YouTube account. ATC is probably best known for their cover of Taylor Swift’s “Red” as the video gained over 19 million views since its release in February 2014.

The trio is currently signed under Fueled By Ramen and they have also collaborated with other YouTube singers such as The Ready Set, Alex Goot, Sam Tsui, and Kurt Schneider.

The band will launch their “In Our Bones” World Tour in Asia this September, starting with Seoul, South Korea, followed by Singapore, Philippines, Japan, Hong Kong,3 and Taiwan, before moving on to their European tour.

Details for Against The Current’s world tour in Singapore are as follows:

  • Date: 8th September 2016
  • Time: TBA
  • Venue: SCAPE, The Ground Theatre, Singapore
  • Ticketing: TBA 

Concert tickets will start sales on 10th June.

For more information, check out “In Our Bones” World Tour’s website.

Source: The Hive Asia.

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