Indie pop band half alive has been making a name for themselves with their catchy tunes and intricately thought out music videos (thanks to singer Josh Taylor's passion for film and psychology). The group is out on the road currently for their second tour and have had sold out shows including the Feb. 5 date at the Troubadour night club in West Hollywood.
Now, the band has announced they will return to Los Angeles on Sept. 13 to perform at the Fonda Theatre, presented by Goldenvoice. Presales for the show are open as of Feb. 7 with tickets going on sale to the general public on Feb. 8 at noon local time. For ticket pricing and availability, click here to see event details.
half alive hit the scene when Taylor wrote 50 songs to strengthen his songwriting skills and selected a handful to go on the group's first EP titled 3. Their music video for "still feel" went viral and is just shy of 15 million views in six months. The song gained more attention when NPR highlighted the group and other music publications recognized a new band was emerging. By the end of 2018, half alive signed to major label RCA Records under Sony Music Entertainment.
On Jan. 18, half alive released their latest single and video for "arrow" which can be seen above.
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