This show has been postponed until a later date which is to be confirmed soon; below is a statement from the band:
“Due to travel requirements and quarantine restrictions around Europe, which are changing constantly, it is almost impossible to carry out the tour we planned for 2021. When we announced the tour a while back we were sure we could make it happen. Playing shows day after day and traveling between countries will be extremely difficult with the safety measures that are in place. We’re working on rescheduling the tour for 2022 so hold on to your tickets – they will be valid for the next run. If you need any more information about tickets – please contact your vendor. We have some surprises and we hope to see you in 2022.”
Low Roar, the musical vision of Ryan Karazija, turns moments of solitude into airy, ambient soundscapes materialising into anthemic melodies. His headline show at EartH marks the release of his new album, Maybe Tomorrow, released on July 30.
Born in the Bay Area, Karazija spent his formative years playing in bands around Northern California before hopping a plane to Iceland where he relocated in 2010. That year, he recorded Low Roar’s self-titled debut in his Reykjavík kitchen. Quietly building buzz, he cut the critically acclaimed follow-up, 0, in a converted garage during 2014 before gracing the stages of Eurosonic, Airwaves France, The Great Escape, Iceland Airwaves and beyond.
Along the way, iconic Japanese video game creator Hideo Kojima heard Low Roar’s 0 playing while visiting a record store in Reykjavík. The video game legend was smitten, and Low Roar’s I’ll Keep Coming and Easy Way Out soundtracked the two high-profile trailers for Kojima’s Death Stranding video game starring Norman Reedus, Mads Mikkelsen and Guillermo del Toro.
Karazija spent most of 2016 traveling to Iceland, Sweden, Poland and Mexico before settling in Warsaw. During this time, he carefully assembled what would become his third full-length record, Once In A Long Long While.
In the midst of his travels, he entered a London studio with longtime collaborator Mike Lindsay (Tunng). Recording wrapped in Wales in the studio of producer/mixer Andrew Scheps (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele, Hozier). Ultimately, Once In A Long Long While reflects Low Roar at Ryan’s rawest.
16+ only. 16s to 17s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. No refunds will be given for incorrectly booked tickets.