Pretty Low – DREAM TOUR

In this Dream Tour segment, the metalcore band, Pretty Low, reveals who they would want on their ultimate tour lineup.

Pretty Low

In this Dream Tour segment, the metalcore band, Pretty Low, reveals who they would want on their ultimate tour lineup. You can check out their picks, after the break.

As Pretty Low came to be, every member has previously been or is presently part of another band. We have toured in several different parts of the world, but we all agree that the dream would be a complete world tour. Like every continent, and as many countries and cities as possible. “That would be way sick,” Vincent adds.
Vincent (vocals) has chosen END as his pick for the lineup. As a long-time fan of every separate band, this supergroup originates from, this was a no-brainer choice. The band has been a major inspiration in writing for Vincent since it was first unveiled, though he still has yet to see them perform. Considering this, being able to share the stage with them, would be a real dream come true. Apart from all that, the sheer energy they bring to the table is incredible and more than enough for any crowd to go crazy. If there’s no “pit-factor” there’s no “it-factor”. Simple as that.
Fabians (drums) addition to the dream roster would be the Basque hardcore band Meltdown. Both Vincent and Fabian have played with them on a prior tour through Spain so they are already good friends. And who wouldn’t want to bring their friends along on a dream tour? Touring with people you’ve never met before is of course always exciting, but it can also be a bit daunting. Bringing some friends along will definitely make the experience so much better. Of course, it’s not just because of friendship that Fabian would add them to the roster, but also because they are incredible musicians who bring their A-game every show. No hardcore lineup would be complete without them.
Martin (bass) would want Stray from the Path to join in on the tour, as he loves their explosive way of performing and getting the crowd going, as well as him being a big fan of their music since way back when they dropped their very first albums. He also adds “I think they seem like such cool guys, in which I’m sure we all share morals and ideals.” Since hanging out and bonding is a big part of being on tour, it’s often a great time when everyone’s pretty much on the same page of everything.
Patrik (guitar) would love to tour with fellow Swedish hardcore band Refused – “Being able to play the same shows with musicians that have inspired you since young age would feel surreal.”
Getting the chance to play even just one show with any of these bands would be a blessing and beyond for us. If we ever get the chance, we surely will remember discussing and coming up with all of this. Thank you for having us DTB, hope to be here again in the future!

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