Grayscale Share Video For Motown, Announce Headline Tour This Summer

Grayscale

Philadelphia alt rock band GRAYSCALE —Collin Walsh [lead vocals], Andrew Kyne [guitar], Nick Ventimiglia [bass], Dallas Molster [guitar], and Nick Veno [drums] — have shared the video for “Motown” from 2021’s UMBRA. Watch it HERE

Umbra follows 2019’s Nella Vita and 2017’s debut AdornmentThe album finds the band not reborn but refined and truly coming into their sound.  After racking up 50 million streams and receiving praise from ForbesAlternative PressBillboard, and more, the quintet have opened up themselves and their sound throughout these 11 tracks. For Grayscale, Umbra is the end of the beginning. All previous records served as stepping stones accumulating and shaping the band’s course and leading them down an artistic and aesthetic path to this point. Umbra is more of a feeling than a concept; it is an energy. It is all the things we keep underneath or to ourselves. It is the cold feeling of internal conflict, the bargaining, and the wickedness that exists within a space otherwise covered in light. The sounds don’t necessarily match the stories; the energy doesn’t always match the intent. It’s not about the light or the dark. It’s about the light and the dark. Welcome to the other side. Welcome to Umbra.

The band will embark on the Summer Dream Tour with Guardin, Bearings, and The Ivy. The U.S. headline tour kicks off on July 5 in Detroit and runs through August 3 in Boston. All dates are below.

GRAYSCALE ON TOUR:
WITH GUARDIN, BEARINGS, + THE IVY:

7/5 — Detroit, MI — Saint Andrew’s Hall
7/6 — Chicago, IL — House of Blues
7/8 — Denver, CO — Oriental Theater
7/9 — Salt Lake City, UT — The Grand @ The Complex
7/11 — Seattle, WA — Neumos
7/12 — Portland, OR — Hawthorne Theatre
7/14 — Roseville, CA — Goldfield Trading Post
7/15 — Los Angeles, CA — The Regent Theater
7/16 — San Diego, CA — The Observatory North Park
7/17 — Mesa, AZ — The Nile Theater
7/19 — Dallas, TX — Trees
7/20 — San Antonio, TX — Paper Tiger
7/22 — Tampa, FL — The Orpheum
7/23 — Charleston, SC — Music Farm
7/24 — Atlanta, GA — Terminal West
7/25 — Nashville, TN — Basement East
7/27 — Cleveland, OH — Mahall’s
7/28 — Columbus, OH — Skully’s Music Diner
7/29 — Pittsburgh, PA — Spirit Hall
7/30 — Toronto, ON — The Opera House
7/31 — Buffalo, NY — Rec Room
8/2 — New York, NY — Music Hall of Williamsburg
8/3 — Boston, MA — Big Night Live 

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