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The Dangerous Summer Announces Electrifying US Headlining Tour Alongside New Album 'Gravity' Release

The Dangerous Summer is hitting the road again, bringing their electrifying energy to stages across the United States with their upcoming headlining tour. Set to kick off on June 21 in Richmond, Virginia, and concluding on July 21 in Brooklyn, New York, this tour promises to deliver unforgettable performances and showcase their latest album, Gravity, set to release on June 21 via Rude Records.

Fans can expect an incredible lineup of special guests, including Bad Luck and Rosecolordworld, joining The Dangerous Summer on this tour. Tickets for all shows went on sale last Friday, May 3, at 12pm local time, available on The Dangerous Summer's website.

The Dangerous Summer Coming Back To Earth US Tour

Gravity is already making waves with its new singles "What's An Hour Really Worth" and the title track "Gravity," offering a glimpse into the band's evolution while staying true to their signature sound. Fans can pre-save the album now and pre-order physical copies along with exclusive merch on the Rude Record website.

The Dangerous Summer's journey in the alt-rock world has been nothing short of remarkable. From their debut album Reach for the Sun, which catapulted them into the pop-punk pantheon, to their critically acclaimed releases like "War Paint," "Golden Record," and the self-titled comeback album, the band has consistently delivered powerful anthems that resonate deeply with listeners.

Led by AJ Perdomo on vocals and bass, alongside Josh Withenshaw on guitar and Christian Zawacki on drumsl, The Dangerous Summer continues to captivate audiences with their passionate delivery and authentic storytelling. With each tour and album release, they strength their bond with fans, creating a community that feels more like family than a fanbase.

Don't miss your chance to experience The Dangerous Summer live in concert on their U.S. headlining tour. Get your tickets now and prepare for an unforgettable night of music and emotion with one of alt-rock's most beloved bands.



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