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UK Supertrio Nero Announces First North American Tour In Years



October 14th, 2015

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Nero North American Tour 2015 flyer
In less than a week, Grammy award winning electronic music trio Nero will visit the Northeast as of their North American Tour 2015. Known for creating many of the largest anthems in modern electronic music, such as “Promises“, “Innocence“, and “Must be the Feeling“, the UK collective embarks on a 20 stop US tour to kick off the release of their newest album, Between II Worlds.

 

 

Nero manages to give fans a concentrated dose of their signature sound in this newest collection. Since the premiere of “Satisfy” nearly two years ago and subsequent scarce tour dates, many fans have patiently been in waiting for the return of one of bass music’s most sought-after acts. The new album enraptures the group’s ability to turn an electronic symphony into a high energy dance anthems carried by the beautiful vocals of Alana Watson.

 

 

The North American Tour 2015 brings Nero to the Northeast for 5 dates. Highlights are sure to include the “secret warehouse” Brooklyn parties that have already brought a newly announced additional NYC show this Thursday at the legendary Output club in Brooklyn. Don’t miss your chance to see the group that helped to bring dance music from the club to the stages of the Grammy’s.

 

10/15 (THU): OUTPUT, BROOKLYN

10/16 (FRI): SECRET WAREHOUSE, BROOKLYN

10/18 (SUN): HOUSE OF BLUES, BOSTON **TICKET GIVEAWAY**

10/24 (SAT): ELECTRIC FACTORY, PHILLY

 

 

 


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A hybrid child of the 203 & 860, Seth would save up any allowance money he had and raid the dance section of his local CD store for anything with a 4X4 beat. By high school, he organized his area’s first electronic event. While this proved to be a disaster, he wrote a killer college acceptance letter about it - thus a music journalist was born. Today he continues to document from behind the keyboard. When he’s not searching for the perfect emoji or making festival posters/totems, he enjoys long walks into parallel universes, pulling off shameless dance moves, and leading the fight against kids from CT who feel wearing cowboy hats is okay.