Dead Can Dance reschedule North American tour
Aussie musical project Dead Can Dance will be pushing their A Celebration – Life & Works 1980-2021 tour to later in the year celebrating the band’s 40th anniversary. The 13-city jaunt now takes place in October making stops in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, Detroit, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Toronto, Vancouver and Seattle. The tour will be the group’s first time on stage in North America since performing at Coachella back in 2013.
Dead Can Dance will continue supporting their ninth studio album ‘Dionysus’ released on November 2nd, 2018 via PIAS Recordings. The new album follows up 2012’s ‘Anastasis’ which reached a career-best #46 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Double Gold by the Independent Music Companies Association. The band formed back in 1981 and disbanded in 1998 only to reform in 2011 featuring original members Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry.
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About Dead Can Dance Tour Albums
Dead Can Dance appeared on the music scene with the appearance of the album ‘Dead Can Dance’ published on February 27, 1984. The track ‘A Passage in Time’ quickly became a hit and made Dead Can Dance one of the most popular acts at that time. After that, Dead Can Dance published the hugely beloved album ‘Into the Labyrinth’ which features some of the most beloved work from the Dead Can Dance collection. ‘Into the Labyrinth’ includes the song ‘Yulunga (Spirit Dance)’ which has been the most well-known for followers to hear during the performances. Apart from ‘Yulunga (Spirit Dance)’, most of other tracks from ‘Into the Labyrinth’ have also become requested as a result. Some of Dead Can Dance’s most popular tour albums and songs are found below. After 32 years since the release of ‘Dead Can Dance’ and making a massive effect in the industry, fans consistently head to hear Dead Can Dance on stage to perform songs from the complete collection.