Deeper Upper have confirmed they will play 14 shows across Europe in 2016.
Beginning in February and spanning across 20 days, 6 countries and 14 shows, the Lithuanian alternative rockers will play in music venues and pubs in Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Hamburg, Vienna and other major Europe cities.
The foursome aren’t hiding the fact that the tour will be a challenge for them.
“It’s the first time we will play so much shows in such short time,” they told MXF. “The hundreds of kilometres we will have to drive […] it’s going to be a whole new experience for us and the thought of it is really exciting.”
This tour is going to be a challenge for the foursome because they will have to present their music to people who will hear their music for the first time.
“When we are playing in Lithuania or other Baltic countries, we know that the audience will be filled with people who know our songs and they will sing along.
“But now we’re going to play for a completely new audience. The only similar experience we had before was the ‘EuroMusic’ contest in Paris two years ago where we took first place. However, this time we’ll have to play more shows and all of those will be solo performances.”
The Berlin-based music agency, Meta Projects, are helping Deeper Upper with the organisation of the tour. Their associates reached out to the band when they heard their music online.
The band promises to share the best moments of the tour on their Facebook and Instagram pages.
After the tour, Deeper Upper are planning to lock themselves in their studio again to continue with their upcoming album.
The album is scheduled for release in 2016. More details will follow.