THEY. RELEASE “ALL” TO BEATS 1 RADIO
NÜ RELIGION: HYENA DEBUT ARRIVES THIS FRIDAY 2/24
OPEN CALL CONTINUES FOR ASPIRING ARTISTS ALONG “NÜ RELIGION TOUR”
Dante Jones and Drew Love of THEY. continue THEY. week on Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio. Each day the global radio station will premiere a brand-new track from their upcoming debut. Last night, the “grunge-n-b” dropped off their new song “All” ahead of their sit-down with Ebro in New York today. “All” arrives a day after Julie Adenuga premiered “Silence” from her show in London.
Listen to “All” by THEY. via Beats 1
THEY.’s 14-track debut Nü Religion: Hyena drops this Friday February 24th. They will take the LP to on the road in their first headlining tour. Tickets to the 20-city Nü Religion Tour are available at https://THEY.lnk.to/webAY. For every ticket purchased, fans will receive a copy of the new album.
Essential to their “Nü Religion” is empowerment, which is why THEY. are providing locals in each city to open for them. Aspiring artists can enter at https://redd.it/5vet9g or https://unofficialthey.com/pages/submit.
The award-winning R&B duo individually cut their teeth writing and producing with some of music’s top stars. Brought together by a mutual friend during a studio session, the Denver and DC-natives immediately clicked on their eclectic tastes such as The Weeknd, Taking Back Sunday, New Edition, Nirvana, Jeremih, Pharrell Williams, Lil Wayne and Slim Thug. Under the guidance of mentor Timbaland, THEY. refined these unique foundational influences into a sound all their own. Following a hit dance collaboration with Skrillex and Mind of a Genius Records label mate/friend ZHU “Working For It,” THEY. dropped their acclaimed 3-track Nü Religion EP which has racked up tens of millions of streams on Soundcloud and Spotify. The EP would lead to an offer from Bryson Tiller to join his worldwide “T R A P S O U L” tour, a performance at the inaugural ComplexCon, and touring with PARTYNEXTDOOR and Jeremih for their “Summer’s Over” tour.
“Nü Religion Tour” routing
3/7 – The Crocodile – Seattle
3/8 – Alexander Gastown – Vancouver
3/10 – Social Hall SF – San Francisco
3/11 – Constellation Room – Santa Ana
3/12 – Club Red – Phoenix
3/14 – The Cambridge Room – Dallas
3/15 – Warehouse Live Studio – Houston
3/18 – The Parish Room – New Orleans
3/19 – The Loft – Atlanta
3/21 – Songbyrd – Washington DC
3/22 – Underground Arts – Philadelphia
3/23 – SOB’s – New York
3/24 – Middle East – Boston
3/26 – Mod Club Theatre – Toronto
3/27 – The Shelter – Detroit
3/29 – Double Door – Chicago
3/30 – Fine Line – Minneapolis
4/1 – Larimer Lounge – Denver
4/3 – Voodoo Room – San Diego
4/4 – The Roxy – Los Angeles
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