GRAMMY & Tony-nominated, multi-platinum alt-pop band, Plain White T’s have released the video for their single “Light Up The Room.” The visual is inspired by the 1980s entertainment and film era, as it plays on a fusion of Netflix’s Stranger Things (featuring an adult Eleven) and a supernatural Bonnie and Clyde meets Pulp Fiction. CLICK HEREto watch exclusively via People.com!
“Light Up The Room” is one of five released tracks from the anticipated studio album, Parallel Universe. The collection is out this Friday, August 24th via Fearless Records and is availablefor pre-order now at all DSPs. CLICK HEREto purchase and stream.Parallel Universe was produced by Matt Squire [Ariana Grande, Panic! At The Disco] and includes 14 tracks that effortlessly portray the band’s endlessly hummable signature melodies while experimenting with new sounds, such as ethereal electronic pop. Full track listing can be found below!
Plain White T’s will also be getting back on the road for the Parallel Universe Tour. The series of dates kicks off in Cincinnati on October 16th and will be making stops in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and more. The band will be joined by special guests Armors, SayWeCanFly (Braden Barrie) and A Summer High for the West Coast dates. Ticket information can be found on www.plainwhitets.com and full tour routing is below.
Earlier this month, the band announced that they will be developing a TV series centered around their hit single, “Hey There Delilah.” CLICK HERE for more information! The band is also scheduled to appear on the nationally-syndicated talk show Live with Kelly and Ryan on Tuesday, September 11th – stay tuned for more exciting news on Plain White T’s!
Parallel Universe Track Listing 1. Light Up The Room 2. Bonnie I Want You 3. Call Me 4. Top Of The World 5. Bury Me 6. Your Body 7. Sick Of Love 8. No Imitations 9. Low 10. Lying About Me And You 11. I Should Be Dead Right Now 12. Lips 13. No Tears 14. End of The World
PARALLEL UNIVERSE TOUR October 16- Bogart’s – Cincinnati, OH October 17 – House of Blues – Cleveland, OH October 18 – High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI October 19 – Effingham Performance Center – Effingham, IL November 2 – El Corazon – Seattle, WA November 3 – Bossanova Ballroom – Portland, OR November 4 – Hifi Music Hall – Eugene, OR November 5 – Great American Music Hall – San Francisco, CA November 7 – House of Blues – Anaheim, CA November 8 – The Roxy – Los Angeles, CA November 9 – Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas, NV November 17 – Fallsview Casino Resort – Niagara Falls, Canada
PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED DATES August 23 – Saint Andrews Hall – Detroit, MI August 24 – Reckless Records – Chicago, IL September 1 – American Music Festival – Virginia Beach, VA September 3 – Woodstock Fair – Woodstock, CT September 12 – The Cutting Room – New York, NY September 17-19 – Walt Disney World’s Eat To The Beat Concert Series – Orlando, FL September 29 – Rock The Burbs, The Corners of Brookfield – Brookfield, WI September 30 – Egyptian Theatre – Dekalb, IL February 1-6 – The Rock Boat Cruise