The Neighborhood is ready to entertain all of their most loyal fans as they embark on an exciting
new tour that will have this group traveling all throughout the United States and Canada this spring and summer. The band
has some great shows schedule north of the border, such as a March 26th gig at the Burton Cummings Theatre in Winnipeg, MB
and a March 29th show at Union Hall in Edmonton, AB. Following the show in Edmonton, The Neighborhood will cross over back
in to the United States for a show in Spokane, WA, which will be held at the Knitting Factory. This group will also be hitting
some festivals along the way this year, including Edgefest 24 and the Boston Calling Music Festival. The group will finish
up things this summer when they hit the Fox Theatre in Oakland, CA on July 25th for a show that was rescheduled from April
4th. Fans all over the country are going to wild for the chance to see this up and coming group. You can join them in the
stands at one of the great venues that are slated to be rocked on this current tour.
of The Neighbourhood departed the group in 2014 to pursue a solo career?
The answer is drummer Bryan Sammis. The group
released this announcement via social media. Leaving a successful band is always a tricky thing, and many times you see that
member regret their decision, but we'll have to wait and see what becomes of Sammis.
About the Artist
The Neighbourhood emerged onto the music scene in 2012, they were shrouded in mystery. No one knew where the band had come
from or who was at the helm. The only thing music fans knew was that the band was melding sounds that had never been combined
before. With rock instruments, R&B melodies and hip-hop beats, The Neighbourhood was creating something completely unique.
They released their first album, I'm Sorry, staying hidden among the shadows. They kept their biographical information a secret
and let their music speak for itself. It was clear that the band's music was transformative and was testing the boundaries
of traditional rock and hip hop music. But it wasn't clear who was behind this inventive sound.
The truth behind the
music began to trickle out when a BBC Radio One DJ, Zane Lowe, let it slip that the band was the work of musician Jesse Rutherford.
Shortly after this revelation, the band released their first EP. The band also included guitarists Jeremy Freedman and Zach
Abels, bassist Mikey Margott and drummer Bryan Sammis. The band released two EPs in 2012, and became an instant sensation.
They signed with Columbia Records in 2013 and released their first full-length album, I Love You, later that year. The album
debuted at No. 39 on the Billboard 200 chart and earned the band a chance to perform live on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Their song
"Female Robbery" was featured on ABC Family's show, Twisted, and they have recently toured with Imagine Dragons. Their first
official video debuted on Rolling Stone's website in April of 2013. The magazine gave the album a rave review, and described
the band's music as "moody" and "atmospheric." The band has performed some of the biggest music festivals in the country,
including Coachella, SXSW and at Atlanta's Music Midtown. The Neighbourhood may be a new band, but they have already captivated
the hearts and minds of countless fans. They are sure to have a long career ahead of them.
many fans of this new band have come to be called Hoodlums, both by themselves and even by the band. And frankly, it seems
as though The Neighbourhood could call their fans anything and still be one of the hottest new bands around, because their
music is just that good. With each bit of material released garnering widespread praise, especially among music enthusiasts
in their homeland of Los Angeles, this praise has inevitably led to a legion of fans. It was with the Indie pop groups first
singles, "Sweater Weather" that first started to turn people's heads, and now fans can't get enough of this one-of-a-kind
Not many people have had the chance to see The Neighbourhood in person. But, those
that have, have had the chance to see the future of the music industry. With black and white themed lighting and video, the
band finds a happy medium between rock and hip hop. Lead singer Jesse Rutherford looks as if he stepped out of a hip hop music
video, but his soulful voice is hauntingly beautiful and melds wonderfully with the unique beats created by drummer Bryan
Sammis. Every note is carefully created and choreographed to give music fans a taste of something different and unexpected.
There's never a dull moment when you come out to see this hot new band.