Fans of the legendary EDM duo Knife Party had to wait a long four years for the artists to release their latest EP, Lost Souls. The four-track release was a refreshing mix of big room house, gritty dubstep and future house. The duo, consisting of Rob Swire and Gareth McGrillen, are now ready to take the EP on the road with a string of Halloween dates across North America.
The Lost Souls Tour will kick off at Believe Festival in Atlanta on October 24th. They will then make their way over to the massive Wynwood Fear Factory in Miami on the 25th to join in on the annual Halloween Event. Other stops on the tour include a trip to Edmonton for Scream Fest, Beta 2.0 in Denver, Exchange LA, Schimanski in Brooklyn, and finally Memoire in Boston.
Swire and McGrillen came on to the scene back in 2002 with the five-part drum and bass group, Pendulum. Nine years later, Knife Party was born. In 2011, the duo reinvented themselves to focus on music more in the electro house/dubstep realm. Throughout the years, they have dropped some of the most recognizable hits including "Centipede," "Internet Friends" and "Bonfire."
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The Lost Souls Tour is now on sale. Purchase tickets here.