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MAKO’s “Run For Your Life Tour” Launches Today in Washington D.C.

Ultra Music recording artist MAKO kick off their “Run For Your Life” tour tomorrow, Thursday, March 2 at U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC.  Leading into it, the Los Angeles-based pop crafters have made available a brand-new remix of their tour’s title track from Midwest production maven Attom.  “‘Run For Your Life ft. Natalola’ has that feel good playful pop vibe that we all love…” shared Beautiful Buzz of the original version of the MAKO & Rat City song from their debut album HOURGLASS (out now).  Here we find Attom adding his chill feel-good touch.

Other stops on MAKO‘s 11-date tour include sold-out shows in San Francisco and Los Angeles as well as stops in Phoenix, Denver, Chicago, Philadelphia and more.  At each show, MAKO will perform material from their debut album HOURGLASS including their #1 dance radio hit “Smoke Filled Room,” “Wish You Back,”  “Into the Sunset” and the current radio-supported “Run For Your Life.”  Tickets are on sale now.

“Run For Your Life” featuring Natalola Attom Chill remix available now at http://smarturl.it/RFYL-AttomChillRMX

HOURGLASS is available now at http://smarturl.it/MakoHourglass 

Catch MAKO live on their “Run For Your Life Tour”:

Date

City

Venue

Thu

3/2

Washington, DC

U Street Music Hall

Fri

3/3

New York, NY

Brooklyn Bowl

Thu

3/9

San Francisco, CA

Social Hall – SOLD OUT

Fri

3/10

Los Angeles, CA

The Roxy – SOLD OUT

Sat

3/11

Phoenix, AZ

Viva Phoenix Festival

Mon

3/13

Denver, CO

Larimer Lounge

Fri

3/17

Chicago, IL

Subterranean

Sat

3/18

Toronto, ON

Velvet Underground

Sun

3/19

Montreal, QC

Le Belmont

Tue

3/21

Boston, MA

The Sinclair

Thu

3/23

Philadelphia, PA

Underground Arts

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Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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