With the official announcement thatAmber Run’sNew York City date (December 8th – Music Hall of Williamsburg) has reached capacity, the band has now sold out their debut New York appearance…twice. Their originally announced venue,Baby’s All Right, sold out in just under 8 minutes.
The fan-frenzy reaction stems heavily from the anticipation Amber Run appearing North American for the first time ever However, the British indie-rock out is no stranger to touring. Throughout the U.K. the band has sold over24,000 headlining tickets, appeared at festivals likeReadings and Leads, and supported artists likeJames Bay and Kodaline. Their success has also translated into their streaming numbers. With over130 million streams and 1.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify. The British indie-rock trio consist ofJoe Keogh(Vocal/Guitar), Tomas Sperring(Bass), andHenry Wyeth(Keyboard). Formed in 2012 at University, the band is known for their cinematic rock with moody and introspective tones and lyrics. Their song “Fickle Game” was featured in the final scene of Megan Markel’s episode ofSuits. Their music can also be heard onTeen Wolf,Pretty Little Liars,Reign,Outlanders, andFinding Carter. Their third album is due mid-2019.
Tickets can be purchased through Amber Run’s website –PRESS HEREto visit.
6 – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA
7 – Rock & Roll Hotel – Washington D.C.
8 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn, NY (Sold Out)