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Bad Omens Announce New and Rescheduled Spring 2024 Dates

Updated: Mar 21

Bad Omens have announced new dates for their postponed Albuquerque show (now taking place in Mesa, Az after a much needed venue upgrade) and Dallas CONCRETE FOREVER headliner shows. In addition, the band announced new dates in San Antonio and Tulsa, as well as an additional Dallas show. Previously purchased tickets and vip will be honored while refunds are also available at the point of purchase. The band will also be playing at the Sick New World festival in Las Vegas on April 27th.

“Making the record changed us as songwriters and musicians. In many ways, I feel like it set me free as an artist because every decision made in the writing process was for myself, with no fear for anyone else’s expectations of what our third album should sound like. Be it our fans or our record label. The whole record really details the loss of peace of mind. The lyrics in the title track are a little more specific in terms of the conflict at the heart of something more intimate and personal. Sonically, we want to do something you can’t arrive late or early too, You can’t cheat your way to the final act. You have to get on the ride and process it until the end. The songs are meant to be heard from start to finish. We want you to take the whole trip with us." -Noah Sebastian (vocals)

Bad Omens consists of lead vocalist Noah Sebastian, guitarist Joakim "Jolly" Karrlson, bassist Nick Ruffalo, and percussionist Nick Folio. The band was formed in 2015 in Richmond, Virginia and have since then accumulated millions of streams on spotify. Their most popular songs are "Glass Houses" and "The Worst In Me" which have accumulated a combined total of 46 million Spotify streams, followed by "Dethrone" and "Careful What You Wish For" which have 36 million streams.

The band found themselves at home in Los Angeles with plenty of free time after their first headliner was cancelled due to the pandemic. There they took an unexpectedly diverse palette of inspirations. They channeled a sound that Sebastian sometimes refers to as "cursive" and they embrace their newly discovered self-assurance and limitless creativity. Sebastian decided to "make a track sampling items around the house, none of which were musical instruments" as a challenge to himself.

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