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Pop prodigies The Aces have announced their UK and European tour for May 2021, including dates at Londons Electric Ballroom and Manchesters Gorilla. Tickets can be purchased here: https://www.livenation.co.uk/artist/the-aces-tickets
"Although our tour is far away, we could not be more excited about the thought of seeing our fans on the other side of the world again," says The Aces. "We are crossing our fingers that everyone stays safe and follows protocol so we can make this tour a reality."
UK / EU Tour dates below:
Fri 30 April Dublin, Whelans
Sat 1 May Birmingham, O2 Institute2
Tue 4 May Bristol, Thekla
Thu 6 May London, Electric Ballroom
Fri 7 May Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
Sun 9 May Glasgow, St. Lukes
Mon 10 May Newcastle, Riverside
Tue 11 May Manchester, Gorilla
Sat 15 May Paris, Les Etoiles
Sun 16 May Antwerp, Kavka
Tue 18 May Amsterdam, Melkveg
Wed 19 May Berlin, Privatclub
Thu 20 May Cologne, MTC
Today, The Aces hook up with DJ duo Snakehips to craft the official remix of Daydream. Listen here: https://ffm.to/daydreamsnakehips
Daydream is the lead single taken from The Aces acclaimed sophomore album, Under My Influence, which Snakehips have taken in a fresh direction, spinning the irresistible and electrifying track into a house-infused hit.
"Snakehips are one of our favorite electronic artists since we heard All My Friends back in 2015," says The Aces. "Having them remix our song has only made us more obsessed, and now we cant wait to go off to their club mix of Daydream when we can all go out again. But for now, we are raging to it from home."
The announcement follows the bands livestream concert of Under My Influence, which debuted on Billboards Emerging Artists and Heatseekers Albums Charts, and on Rolling Stones Breakthrough 25 Artists for July.
Spanning 14 tracks Under My Influence captures the four friends at a life defining moment, questioning everything they had been taught and choosing who they wanted to become. This is the band at their most vulnerable, exploring themes of love, sexuality, mental health, and friendship. Lamenting on love and loss in a new city on "Lost Angeles", reminiscing their hometown of Provo, Utah on "801," delving into the pressures of social media on "My Phone Is Trying To Kill Me," and exploring their sexuality on "Kelly".
For more information visit www.TheAcesOfficial.com.
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