AER Tour Schedule
Boston based duo Aer has been setting the alternative music scene on fire with their blend of
indie rock, reggae, rap, and pop since they first burst onto the scene in 2010. Their unique sound and astounding songwriting
skills quickly helped David von Mering and Carter Schultz earn a large and devoted following and their first two mixtapes
as well as their debut EP became underground favorites. Of course it was their live show which really made Aer stand out from
the crowd and they continue to put on killer live shows wherever they perform. The duo is setting out on a lengthy tour that
no music lover will want to miss.
2014 will be a big year for Aer with a cross country tour with RDGLDGRN that will
take them from Maine to Southern California. Friday January 14th will have Aer performing in front of a hometown crowd at
House of Blues Boston. Nex they head south to New York where they will perform back to back nights at Irving Plaza on February
7th and 8th. Stops in Cleveland and Louisville on the 18th and 19th precede a Chicago stop on February 20th as Aer and RDGLDGRN
make their way west. While heading to the west coast the band will also perform in Colorado and Nebraska before arriving in
Oregon for a show at Wow Hall on March 2nd. A Los Angeles show at the El Rey on March 7th will be their last west coast stop
before heading through Texas, Georgia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania on their way back home. No matter where in the U.S. you
are, it is a safe bet that Aer will be making their way to your city sometime in early 2014.
About the Band
the duo first got together in 2010, it was not until late 2011 that they released their first EP, What You Need. They had
previously put out two mixtapes, Water on the Moon in 2010 and The Reach in 2011. The band had clearly developed quite a following
before releasing What You Need, as it debuted at number one on the iTunes charts. Their first full length, The Bright Side
was released in 2012 and also debuted at the top spot on the iTunes charts and even made its way into Billboard's Top 200.
Shows all over the United States quickly followed and the band continues to gain new fans every day. A nationwide 2014 tour
following the January 2014 release of their self-titled sophomore full length is sure to gain even more exposure for Aer.
The release of The Bright Side was a real turning point in the career of Aer. Following the success
of What You Need, The Bright Side was an instant hit and made strong showings on several charts. Songs from the album were
featured on The Real World, the NFL Network, and an Etnies commercial. The band began playing more often and expanded their
touring schedule to include the entire United States. 2014 will see Aer on an extensive tour with RDGLDGRN which will surely
earn the band even more adherents, especially with a slated performance at the taste making Austin music festival South by
You have heard all of the buzz and bought your tickets months ago and now, finally
as the lights lower you begin to see the up and coming duo Aer making their way out onto the stage. The crowd erupts in applause
as the duo pick up their instruments and approach the mics. A hush falls over the crowd as Aer thanks them and launches into
a fan favorite from one of their popular albums like Water on the Moon, The Reach, What You Need, The Bright Side, or maybe
even an old favorite from one of their early mixtapes. The crowd once again erupts and sings and dances along to hits throughout
the night. Always known to put on an unforgettable show, Aer know how to connect with their fans no matter how big or small
the venue in which they are performing. The high energy output from the band translates perfectly to the crowd and you spend
the entire night dancing and singing along. Particularly if you attend a concert in the Boston area where their fans are the
most devoted, an Aer show is a musical experience you will never forget.
Aer has performed with
several big name acts all over the country including Slightly Stoopid, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, ASAP Rocky, Action Bronson,
and others. Their self titled sophomore full length was recorded partially in Boston in the duo's homes, and partially in
Los Angeles where they spent ten days in a rented house. While they write and record their songs as a duo, Aer is known to
sometimes perform with other musicians on stage, including a bass player and a drummer which helps fill out the sound of their