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AJR Release Video for “Sober Up”

AJR have released the official video for their hit single “Sober Up.” WATCH HERE. Premiering via UPROXXthe video finds the band roaming the streets in their hometown of New York City chasing the reflection of lead singer Jack’s childhood self. A nod to the song’s nostalgic lyrics, the video subsequently evokes a longing for youthful innocence. “Sober Up” is from the band’s acclaimed 2nd full length album, The Click, which features five tracks that have received over 10 million streams including their platinum hit single “Weak” (LISTEN HERE).

Resonating with listeners of all ages, “Sober Up” currently sits at #4 at Alternative Radio and has racked up over 20 million streams, with features on Spotify’s Pop Rising and Rock This playlists as well as Apple Music’s Alternative Hits playlistCLICK HERE to watch the band perform the track during their debut late night TV appearance on ABC‘s Jimmy Kimmel Live!. They also performed “Sober Up” on the hit YouTube morning talk show Good Mythical Morning with hosts Rhett and Link (CLICK HERE).

The band will soon head out on The Click Spring 2018 headline tour. Spanning 32-date(12 of which are already sold out!), the tour will make stops in major cities across the United States and Canada including a special hometown show at Terminal 5 in New York City. Extending through the spring, the tour will then lead the band to summer festival appearances at Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, AL and The Forecastle Festival in Louisville, KY. Tickets are on sale now and routing is below. For more information please visit ajrbrothers.com.

THE CLICK TOUR DATES:

February 8         Raleigh, NC @ The Lincoln Theatre – SOLD OUT

February 9         Atlanta, GA @ The Buckhead Theatre – SOLD OUT

February 10      Charlotte, NC @ The Underground – SOLD OUT

February 12      Ft. Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live

February 13      Orlando, FL @ House of Blues

February 16      Dallas, TX @ House of Blues – SOLD OUT

February 17      Austin, TX @ Emo’s

February 18      Houston, TX @ House of Blues
February 20      Memphis, TN @ The New Daisy Theatre

February 21      Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom

February 22      Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel

March 17            Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex

March 20            Los Angeles, CA @ Belasco Theatre – SOLD OUT

March 21            San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore – SOLD OUT

March 23            Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater

March 25            Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theater

March 26            Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theater – SOLD OUT

April 6                  Indianapolis, IN @ Egyptian Room

April 7                  Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre – SOLD OUT

April 8                  Minneapolis, MN @ Music Hall

April 10               Omaha, NE @ Sokol Auditorium

April 11               Kansas City, MO @ The Truman

April 13               St. Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall – SOLD OUT

April 14               Chicago, IL @ House of Blues – SOLD OUT

April 15               Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrew’s Hall – SOLD OUT

April 17               Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall

April 18               Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues

April 19               Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore

April 21               New York, NY @ Terminal 5

May 9                   Toronto, ON @ The Opera House – SOLD OUT

May 10                 Montreal, QC @ Corona Theatre

May 12                 Boston, MA @ House of Blues

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