$uicideboy$ Announce 40-Date US Arena & Amphitheatre Tour

G59 Record$ and New Orleans duo $uicideboy$ have announced their annual Grey Day Tour for 2023, which will include over 40 shows across the country. The tour starts on August 25 at Legacy Arena in Birmingham, AL and will visit Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on Saturday, October 14. Support acts will include Ghostemane, City Morgue, Freddie Dredd (on select dates), Sematary and Ramirez. 

Ticket pre-sales will start on Thursday, May 18 at 10 a.m. with the general on-sale happening on Friday, May 19 at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at Golden1Center.com.

This month, the $uicideboy$ are releasing the Yin Yang Tapes, their 4-part conceptual EP series. Each Friday in May, a new 4-song EP named after one of the four seasons (spring, summer, fall and winter) will be unveiled. Accompanying the music releases is a Japan-inspired animated video series by Tristan Zammit, who has previously worked with Metallica, XXXTentacion, Lil Uzi Vert, Juice WRLD, and others. Tracks for the EPs have already landed on Spotify’s Top 10 US Song Debut Charts and videos from the EPs have landed on YouTube’s Top Trending Music Charts. A link to stream the EPs is HERE. The videos are on their YouTube channel HERE.

$uicideboy$ are among the Top 100 highest-streaming artists of all time, according to ChartMasters. Their most-streamed track on Spotify has amassed over 500 million streams, while their two top-performing albums,  I Want To Die In New Orleans and My Liver Will Handle What My Heart Can’t, have accumulated over 1.2 billion streams on the platform. These new tour dates come after a highly successful Grey Day Tour in 2022 took the group to arenas and amphitheaters across the US and Europe, followed by their first appearance as a top-billed act at the 2023 Coachella Music Festival.

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$uicideboy$ dig light out of the deepest corners of darkness, addiction, hopelessness, and pain. The New Orleans-bred duo of cousins—Scott Arcenaux, Jr. a.k.a. $crim and Aristos Petrou a.k.a. Ruby da Cherry—translate a fight against demons (seen and unseen) into a clever, caustic, and corrosively catchy apocalyptic vision of hip-hop pierced with punk intensity and laced with Southern flows. The world first met $uicideboy$ in 2014. After releasing dozens of projects and playing hundreds of sold-out shows, they’ve generated billions of streams and earned multiple RIAA certifications, including the platinum “…And To Those I Love, Thanks For Sticking Around” and gold “Carrollton,” “2nd Hand,” “Runnin’ Thru The 7th With My Woadies,” “Paris,” and “Kill Yourself (Part III).” Beyond their critical-acclaim from Billboard, XXL, Alternative Press, Pigeons and Planes, Hypebeast, Revolver, and more, they built their label G*59 Records into a bastion of independent talent and home to Night Lovell, Shakewell, Germ, Ramirez, and others. In 2022, the punk-rap duo landed in the Top 30 most-streamed artists across all genres and have climbed to the 92nd position of most-streamed artists of all-time with over 15 billion career streams. Their third official full-length LP Sing Me A Lullaby, My Sweet Temptation marked their 3rd consecutive Top 10 album debut on the Billboard Top 200. The album led to sold-out arena and amphitheater tours in the US and Europe followed by a top-billed performance spot at Coachella music festival in 2023.



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