Wallows announces 2023 Manila tour

2:55 pm on 10 November 2022, Thursday

By Ryan Louis Mantilla

The Los Angeles-based alternative rock band, Wallows, is coming to Manila for their "Tell Me That It's Over Tour," taking place on February 15, next year.

Beginning in January 2023, the band will tour the UK and Europe before moving on to Asia. The North American leg of the American band's tour began in April. This November, the band will continue its tour in Australia and New Zealand.

Besides Manila, Wallows will include stops in Singapore, Bangkok, Seoul, and Tokyo, with additional Asia markets to be announced soon. The band’s "Tell Me That It’s Over Tour Asia 2023 Manila" tickets are priced at P3,550, available to purchase on November 11 through ovationtickets.com and ticketnet.com.ph.

The alternative rock band members include Braeden Lemasters, Cole Preston, and actor Dylan Minnette, who appears in the television series "13 Reasons Why" as well as other starring roles in films like “Goosebumps,” “Don’t Breathe,” and “Scream 5.”

The band began independently releasing songs in April 2017 with their first single, "Pleaser," which peaked at number two on the Spotify Global Viral 50 chart.

In 2018, the band released their major label debut EP, “Spring,” followed by their debut studio album, “Nothing Happens,” in 2019, featuring their double platinum single, "Are You Bored Yet?" (feat. Clairo). In 2020, Wallows released their second extended play, “Remote,” consisting of five tracks.

Wallows also received three nominations from the MTV Europe Music Award, the MTV Video Music Awards, and the iHeartRadio Music Award in three different categories: "Best Push Act," "Best Push Performance of the Year," and "Best New Rock/Alternative Rock Artist."

On March 25 of this year, Wallows released their sophomore album, "Tell Me That It’s Over," produced by Grammy Award winner Ariel Rechtshaid. The album features ten songs, complete with indie-folk and post-punk styles that stayed true to the band’s musical flavor.


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