San Diego’s rising four-piece post-hardcore band Thousand Below have just dropped the thunderously catchy new song and video for their new single, “Chemical”. The sprawling song, which was just released on Friday, takes the listener through a thrilling rollercoaster of emotions, moods, and sounds. The new music is the band’s first since 2017’s The Love You Let Too Close, which has seen the band support that record all around the globe.
Fresh off a direct support tour where they played multiple sold-out shows with Underoath, Crown The Empire, and The Plot In You, Dance Gavin Dance is now headed out on yet another headlining tour in support of their newest record, Artificial Selection. The stacked lineup will also include progressive metal band Periphery, who have finished recording their 6th full-length record, UK breakout rock band Don Broco, post-hardcore veterans Hail The Sun, Thousand Below, and the extremely gifted Covet. Check out the full run of dates below.
Artificial Selection resulted in the highest sales of the vaunted band’s career to date, as the veteran act continues to break new musical ground, and gain fans across the globe.
Our photojournalist Savannah Rowley recently attended the Orlando date of the No Sun, No Moon Tour featuring The Devil Wears Prada, Veil of Maya, Silent Planet, and Thousand Below. The tour is about halfway through, you can get tickets for upcoming dates here.
Thousand Below opened up the show. Originating from San Diego, CA this is only the band’s second tour. Playing songs such as “Never Here” and “Tradition” off of their recently released album The Love You Let Too Close. The band warmed up the crowd for the acts to follow.