LOS ANGELES, CA (Monday, June 20, 2016) – Chart topping band Pierce The Veil will perform an exclusive show followed by a Q&A hosted by Stryker in the Red Bull Sound Space at KROQ on June 28, 2016.
Pierce The Veil will be performing songs from their long-awaited new album Misadventures that was released May 13 (Fearless Records). The band is in the home stretch of their sold-out “Misadventures Tour” with the final date in Los Angeles on June 26. KROQ is currently playing the band’s single “Circles.”
The Red Bull Sound Space debuted in 2011 to an incredible performance by Coldplay. Since then, the intimate venue has hosted some of music’s biggest acts including Arcade Fire, Weezer, Blink 182, Jack White, Twenty One Pilots, Linkin Park and many more. This unique and up-close experience is only available to ticket winners of KROQ Radio and cannot be purchased.
Watch the performance live at 1pm PT and the 24-hour replay at www.kroq.com/webcast via Red Bull TV.
ABOUT PIERCE THE VEIL
With sold-out tours, hundreds of millions of YouTube views, magazine covers, award wins and TV appearances under its collective belt, Pierce the Veil has quickly become one of rock’s hottest commodities. The band’s long-awaited fourth album, Misadventures, was released May 13 (Fearless Records), debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Rock, Hard Rock, Alternative and Independent charts, #4 on its Top 200 charts, and in the Top 20 in the UK, Mexico, Australia and Canada.
The band spent years actively developing relationships with its fans through meet’n’greets while on tour and through extensive social media outreach (numerous poignant stories told to the band by fans have found their way into PTV’s songs), and have organically built a massive, passionate and fiercely loyal fan base.
With the release of Misadventures, the band’s sold-out June U.S. “Misadventures tour,” and their upcoming Latin and South American, Austrailian, and UK/European summer dates, Pierce The Veil’s new journey built from that rabid following, is already well underway to making 2016 the band’s biggest year yet.