Hollywood Palladium | Los Angeles, California
All you need is love! Sharing new music off of their upcoming album "TANGK" ahead of its grand release, British rock band IDLES is sharing all the love at their upcoming global tour. Set to kick off its European leg this March, the band is flying to North America this May, including a stop at Hollywood Palladium on Tuesday, May 14. It's bound to be a rockin' night with the "Mother" rockers. Sharing their newest singles, "Dancer" featuring LCD Soundsystem and "Grace", the band is giving it their all, spreading as much love out to the world. With an extensive tour stretching throughout 2024, it's an era that's bound to go down history. Big things await IDLES' rockin' fans. From nightclubs to jam-packed arenas around the world, the revival rockers are spicing things up with TANGK in the air. Don't miss out on a rockin' night by booking those tickets now!
Since their debut album "Brutalism" came out in the indie scene, the world tuned in to IDLE's hard-edged rockin' hits. Hailing from Bristol, the British rock band includes lead vocalist Joe Talbot, guitarist Mark Bowen, Lee Kiernan, Adam Devonshire on bass, and drummer Jon Beavis. Together, they make up one of this generation's hottest revival rock acts. Their debut album was raved by critics, with DIY exclaiming that it's "An exhilarating escape along frenzied rhythms and powerhouse rhythms with a ferocious commentary for guidance... as vital as it is volatile."
Hailed as one of the most exciting rock bands to watch out for, IDLES had a bright future ahead. With waves of support from critics and fans alike, they began working on their new albums, alongside career milestones such as supporting the Maccabees and Foo Fighters on tour.
Following their 2021 album "Crawler", the band is set to release its fifth studio LP "TANGK" on February 16. Kicking off a new era, the band released the first single off of TANGK, "Dancer" featuring LCD Soundsystem's James Murphy.
"When I started this album, I said to Bowen: ‘I want to make people dance, I want people to feel the love that I need in my life, I want to make people move, I want our music to be infectious again," Talbot told NME, discussing what their new album is all about. "I wanted to elaborate and transgress from 2021’s Crawler, which was the start of something new for us. When something feels as electric as Crawler did, I just wanted to continue it and to evoke a sense of purpose with what we are as musicians."
Taking the electric dream bursting at the seams, the band is all about sharing love. "I needed love. So I made it. I gave love out to the world and it feels like magic. This is our album of gratitude and power. All love songs. All is love," they shared on social media.
The track got fans kickin' and dancin' for more. Sharing their unique brand of rock and electric energy, we're all reminded why we fell in love with IDLES in the first place. In 2022, they performed at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival, with audiences and publications raving at the band's chaotic and energy-filled set.
IDLES also shared another new song for a taste of TANGK through a new lyric video for "Grace". "The song came from nowhere and everything," Talbot shared in a press release. "It was a breath and a call to be held, The only words or singing that came from our sessions with Nigel [Godrich] and I needed it, truly. All is love."
They're definitely high on love. Dropping their fifth album real soon, the band thanks its fans for sticking around, and allowing them to live the dream. "We’re here because of them, but we knew that from the start. We built our career with our audience," he told NME. "Audiences are the reason that music and live music is so magic – it’s the exchange that we have."
You're the reason why IDLES is alive and rockin' it out to this day. Be part of TANGK's celebration of love by booking your tickets now!