Award-winning and multi-platinum-selling Canadian superstars Walk off the Earth have announced a 30-day tour across three continents.
The 25-date summer trek will begin in Canada before continuing onto the United States and Europe and will conclude with the first Australian shows of the band’s illustrious career.
The band will then head home to Toronto where bandleaders Sarah Blackwood and Gianni Luminati will welcome their third child together.
“I wonder if I will ever tour again and not be pregnant,” said Blackwood, who has toured extensively while expecting sons Giorgio (3) and Luigi (1).
“Walk off the Earth has always been one big happy family. The more the merrier. We just really can’t wait to get back on the road,” added founding member and lead vocalist Ryan Marshall.
Walk off the Earth has captured their fans’ attention with organic and authentic songwriting and positive, energetic sound. The eccentric 5-piece from Burlington, Ontario continue to find new ways of keeping their music fresh by blending rock, reggae, pop and folk.
Touring in support of their most recent original release, “Fire in My Soul,” fans can expect to be wildly entertained by the band’s one-of-a-kind live show and combination of original hits and cover songs.
Walk off the Earth’s brilliant 5-people-playing-one-guitar interpretation of Gotye’s „Somebody That I Used To Know“ exploded on YouTube garnering well over 35 million views in less than 2 weeks. The massive fan response quickly drew attention to their collection of innovative songs and videos spanning their last 5 years and generated an unprecedented flood of media interest.
New fans from around the world immediately fell in love with the band’s organic, independent, sincere and honest original songwriting, cover interpretations and beautifully filmed videos.
For the past 5 years, the band has built a massive following of dedicated fans from around the world through their unique and heartwarming approach to songwriting, filming and constant, open interaction with everyone their music touches.