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TWO FEET DEBUTS “HURT PEOPLE” FEATURING MADISON LOVE

Rising star Two Feet unveils a new song, “Hurt People” featuring Madison Love, today. Listen here.

Two Feet’s “I Feel Like I’m Drowning” is #2 on Alternative after topping the chart for two consecutive weeks. Streamed more than 50 million times to date, Two Feet recently performed the track on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” watch it here.

In addition to several festival and a slew of dates with Panic! at the Disco next year, Two Feet will play New York’s Brooklyn Steel October 27 and Los Angeles’ Fonda Theater November 16. Tickets are on sale Friday, July 27 with presales beginning Tuesday, July 24. See below for full details.

Two Feet is native New Yorker Bill Dess. A vocalist, guitarist and producer, Two Feet’s rise to prominence began with “Go Fuck Yourself,” which became an overnight hit on SoundCloud, amassing over 8 million streams in its first days online, with more than 250 million streams to date. Since signing to Republic Records last fall, Two Feet has appeared on numerous festival stages including Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits, Governor’s Ball, and SXSW as well as over 20 sold out shows worldwide including in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Berlin. Further new music from Two Feet is imminent.

TWO FEET LIVE

July 22                                  Seattle, WA                                                    Capitol Hill Block Party

July 27                                   Miami, FL                                                          The Ground at Space

August 3                                Chicago, IL                                                                      Lollapalooza

August 5                              Montreal, QC                                                              Osheaga Festival

September 21                     Las Vegas, NV                                                Life Is Beautiful Festival

October 7                          Washington, DC                                                   All Things Go Festival

October 27                         Brooklyn, NY                                                                Brooklyn Steel

November 16                   Los Angeles, CA                                                             Fonda Theater

January 10                            Buffalo, NY                                                              KeyBank Center*

January 12                           Montreal, QC                                                                       Place Bell*

January 13                         Manchester, NH                                                                SNHU Arena*

January 15                            Albany, NY                                                        Times Union Center*

January 16                           Brooklyn, NY                                                             Barclays Center*

January 18                             Newark, NJ                                                             Prudential Center*

January 19                          Providence, RI                                                  Dunkin Donuts Center*

January 20                        Washington, D.C.                                                      Capitol One Arena*

January 22                           Charlotte, NC                                                            Spectrum Center*

January 23                       Charlottesville, VA                                               John Paul Jones Arena*

January 25                           Nashville, TN                                                         Bridgestone Arena*

January 26                          Cincinnati, OH                                                             US Bank Arena*

January 27                          Milwaukee, WI               Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center*

January 29                        Grand Rapids, MI                                                 The Van Andel Arena*

January 30                          Cleveland, OH                                                    Quicken Loans Arena*

February 1                             Omaha, NE                                                         CenturyLink Center*

February 2                        Kansas City, MO                                                               Sprint Center*

February 4                             Chicago, IL                                                                  Allstate Arena*

February 5                         Saint Louis, MO                                                          Socttrade Center*

February 6                           Memphis, TN                                                                 FedEx Forum*

February 8                             Austin, TX                                                          Frank Erwin Center*

February 9                        New Orleans, LA                                                Smoothie King Center*

February 12                      Albuquerque, NM                                                       Tingley Coliseum*

February 14                         Anaheim, CA                                                             HONDA Center*

February 15                      Los Angeles, CA                                                                   The Forum*

February 16                        San Diego, CA                                          Valley View Casino Center*

February 19                          Oakland, CA                                                                   Oracle Arena*

February 20                       Sacramento, CA                                                           Golden 1 Center*

*with Panic! at the Disco

About RJ Frometa

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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