The Glitch Mob Lets You ‘See Without Eyes’ on Visual Album
May 18, 2018
May 18, 2018
The Glitch Mob, made up of edIT (Edward Ma), Boreta (Justin Boreta), and Ooah (Josh Mayer), have been a familiar name in the music industry since the mid-2000s. After several successful hits, such as 2010’s “Fortune Days” and their popular remix of The White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army,” the group took a brief hiatus, only to come back full force in 2018 with a new album and several tour announcements.
Since reappearing at the start of the year, The Glitch Mob has been making up for lost time. They’ve released a full-length album, See Without Eyes, performed at the Governor’s Ball, Bonnaroo, and Electric Forest later this month, and are more than halfway through their World Tour.
Adding to what is turning out to be a monumental year, The Glitch Mob just announced their 2018 Fall Tour, which will make stops all over the country, including right here in Phoenix.
The Glitch Mob – Fall 2018 Tour
Seeing The Glitch Mob live is unlike any other live show experience. With a custom set design known as Blade 2.0 (the original Blade was used during their 2014 tour), the stage is transformed into an immersive, non-traditional set-up, in which all the equipment is flipped, so that nothing is hidden from the audience. The idea behind this design is to break down the barriers between performers and audience members, giving fans a chance to see the musicians perform up close and personal.
Don’t miss your chance to experience The Glitch Mob live on Thursday, September 27 when they make a stop in Phoenix at the Van Buren. Get your tickets here.