Following a prolonged hiatus, , LA-based trio (Justin Boreta), edIT (Edward Ma), and (Joshua Mayer), have returned refreshed and ready to take on a monumental 36-date world tour in 2018, including a slew festival stops in North America.
Coming f the success their 2014-2015 tour, featuring the distinctive custom stage creation dubbed The Blade, The Glitch Mob now announce The Blade 2.0, a meticulously designed fspring setup powered by Dell and suited to the sonic needs the three members. Acting as an instrument in itself, with every part custom-made, The Blade 2.0 aims to break the disconnect between performer and the crowd to create a truly immersive experience. Everything has been flipped around so the crowd can see what the group are playing in real time. The custom stage is the work pioneering set designer Martin Phillips — the man behind ’s legendary Pyramid on their iconic Alive tour, who has also worked with , , and more.
If there’s anything The Glitch Mob is known for, it’s their keenness for not rushing great art. Still, fans are patiently awaiting the trio’s next album in the four years since the trio’s last LP, Love Death Immortality.
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