The Glitch Mob – the Los Angeles based tri comprising of Boreta, edIT, and Ooah – continue their forward movement into 2014 with the release of their much anticipated album, Love Death Immortality. This album marks the first time in three years we are getting original work from the supergroup. In the wake of the success of Drink The Sea and its 2011 follow-up EP We Can Make The World Stop, the group propelled to the upper echelon of Dance Music touring acts. In addition to key spots on major festival lineups spanning Coachella and Lollapalooza to Electric Daisy Carnival and Ultra, The Glitch Mob also headlined their own major tours across the U.S., Europe, and Australia – selling out prestigious venues ranging from New York’s Terminal 5 to Colorado’s legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater. It was that experience on the road that led to the bold, inviting approach infusing The Glitch Mob’s new material.
Similar to their previous releases, the boys of The Glitch Mob wanted their songs to be able to bang on a festival stage, appealing to crowds of 50,000. The music is extremely extroverted, exclaiming the journey they have been on as a whole and attempting to bring the listener on the similar journey. In a time of disposable Dance Music singles, The Glitch Mob have designed this album to flow from start to finish. Incorporating some all-star vocals into their madness of Glitch was necessary, allowing the audience to better connect with the music. Right from the start you can tell that this music is meant for the main stage and that is exactly what is going to happen this Spring as the team hits the road for a mega tour starting at venues around the US before hitting the big time festival circuit. Be sure to keep reading for the entire tour schedule. Oh and get excited for that live show – it’s been personally curated by The Glitch Mob with the massive production from Martin Phillips of Bionic League who’s developed staggering concert visuals for the likes of Daft Punk, Kanye West, and Deadmau5!
Stream the Entire Album: Spotify