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Bad Suns ‘Apocalypse Whenever’ Tour 2022 Dates and Tickets

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Bad Suns, from Los Angeles, have released a new single titled “Maybe You Saved Me.” The track features vocals from PVRIS frontwoman Lynn Gunn, a member of the pop-rock band PVRIS.

As the band began recording sessions for the album Apocalypse Whenever, released early this year, the song came quickly to them. It was produced by Eric Palmquist and co-written by Bad Suns, PVRIS, and Andrew Goldstein (Yungblud, black bear, MGK).

On September 30, a deluxe edition of Apocalypse Whenever will be released. This version will include bonus tracks such as “Maybe You Saved Me,” as well as an electronic remix of the hit single “Life Was Easier When I Only Cared About Me” by DJ/producer Robotaki.

Bad Suns will be headlining a tour that will begin on October 3 in Pomona, California and end on November 12 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The tour will be in support of their latest album, Apocalypse Whenever. Throughout the entirety of the show, they will be backed up by Last Dinosaurs, an Australian indie rock band, and Quarters of Change, a band from New York City.

Why did they choose to call themselves Bad Suns?

Chris Bowman, the lead singer of the band, had stated that the period when they attempted to think of a name was one of the most hectic times he had ever experienced. Luck played a role in discovering the name Bad Suns, just as it does in many other aspects of life. One day, Bowman was browsing his music library on iTunes. He came across the song Bad Sun by The Bravery. The name of the song immediately caught his attention. He shared the band name concept with his fellow musicians, who decided to add an s to it before adopting it as their moniker.

How long does a typical Bad Suns show last?

Most Bad Suns concerts last between two and three hours, but the length of the show can vary based on the opening acts, encore, and other factors.

Where can I purchase tickets to see Bad Suns?

Get your tickets at StubHub, Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Vividseats, Viagogo, or Livenation if you want to experience the angst-filled guitar riffs and ethereal vocal stylings of Bad Suns for yourself.

Bad Suns setlist 

With a setlist that contains songs like “Away We Go,” “Daft Pretty Boys,” “A Miracle,” “A Mile Away,” “The World and I,” “Swimming in the Moonlight,” “Cardiac Arrest,” and “This Was a Home Office,” a Bad Suns concert packs quite a punch. You can anticipate the songs “Off She Goes,” “Heartbreaker,” and “One Magic Moment” for the encore.

Who makes up Bad Suns, and what instruments do they play?

Christo Brown is responsible for lead vocals and plays rhythm guitar for Bad Suns. Ray Libby plays lead guitar, Gavin Bennett plays bass guitar, keyboard, and piano, and Miles Morris is the drummer for the band.

They have been playing together since 2012. Most of the band’s members hail from the city of Los Angeles, which is located in California. The band has been given a recording contract with Vagrant Records, and in 2014, the label issued their debut studio album titled Language & Perspective. The band’s sound is influenced by early pioneers of post-punk music from the 1970s and 1980s, such as The Cure and Elvis Costello. The band released their second studio album, Disappear Here, on September 16, 2016.

Bad Suns ‘Apocalypse Whenever’ Tour 2022 Dates

10.3.2022 Pomona CA Glass House

10.5.202 Ventura CA Ventura Music Hall

10.6.2022 Sacramento CA Ace of Spades

10.8.2022 Spokane WA Knitting Factory

10.9.2022 Seattle WA Showbox

10.10.2022 Portland OR Wonder Ballroom

10.11.2022 Boise ID Egyptian Room

10.13.2022 Denver CO Ogden

10.15.2022 St Louis MO Red Flag

10.16.2022 Columbus OH Newport

10.18.2022 Pittsburgh PA Mr Smalls

10.19.2022 Toronto ON AXIS

10.21.2022 Boston MA Royale

10.22.2022 Jersey City NJ White Eagle

10.23.2022 Baltimore MD Soundstage

10.25.2022 Richmond VA The National

10.27.2022 Charlotte NC Neighborhood

10.28.2022 Raleigh-Durham NC Cat’s Cradle

10.29.2022 Athens GA Georgia Theatre

10.30.2022 Charleston SC Music Farm

11.1.2022 St Petersburg FL Jannus Live

11.2.2022 Orlando FL Plaza

11.4.2022 Birmingham AL Workplay

11.6.2022 Tulsa OK Cain’s

11.8.2022 Houston TX White Oak

11.10.2022 Santa Fe NM Meow Wolf

11.11.2022 Tucson AZ Rialto

11.12.2022 Las Vegas NV 24 Oxford

Final Thoughts

On September 16, 2016, Bad Suns presented the world with their second studio album, “Disappear Here.” While listening to Bret Easton Ellis’s Less Than Zero on his album, Bowman came up with the name for the album “It may have been the second or third time the ‘Disappear Here’ billboard appears in the narrative, but all of a sudden it felt like a ton of bricks was being dropped on my head. It was all-encompassing and encompassed everything.” The song “This Was a Home Once” was released as a single by Bad Suns on October 6, 2017. They declared that they had signed with Epitaph Records on November 13, 2018, the same day they released “Away We Go,” which was their first new music in more than a year. On January 14, Bad Suns announced that the title of their upcoming album would be “Mystic Truth” and that it would be released on March 22.

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