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The Distillers TicketsPunk rock band, led by frontwoman Brody Dalle, stormed onto the music scene in the late '90s. Although the band would only release three albums before breaking up just eight years after forming, The Distillers toured with giants at the time such as Garbage and No Doubt. Its punk sound was the perfect soundtrack for various skateboarding video games that were popular at the time and came complete with the punk look. The Distillers' music has also been featured on the games Spider-Man 2 and True Crime: Streets of LA. While some people claim punk rock is dead, fans were excited when Brody teased the band's return with social media activity in early 2018. For the first time since 2006, the band has reunited and is touring, giving fans a chance to see the band for the first time in over a decade.
Punk's Not Dead; Just ResurrectedThe history of The Distillers is not without its drama. Over the last two decades, Brody has divorced her musician husband, Tim Armstrong of Rancid. Amid allegations that the band was breaking up, she gave birth to a daughter with her new husband, Josh Homme, of Queens of the Stone Age. Much to fans' chagrin, the band went radio silent for more than a decade despite initially denying that it was breaking up. Brody and guitarist, Tony, formed the band Spinnerette during this time. Although popular with fans, The Distillers have had less commercial success. The band's 2003 album Coral Fang was BPI-certified silver. Only the song "Drain the Blood" charted in both the United States and the United Kingdom. "The Hunger" and "Beat Your Heart Out" both charted in the UK, however.
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Are The Distillers touring in 2019?Yes, the reunited band has been playing shows for fans. However, it recently announced cancellations of several August dates because drummer Andy Granelli was in a bicycle accident. The canceled shows include American dates. However, the band will still tour England later in the month and continue touring into October. This comes after some earlier shows were canceled when singer Brody Dalle had a herniated disc.
Will The Distillers tour stop near my city?The Distillers will head back on the road, first playing at Reading Festival. The tour returns to North America with stops in Denver, Boise, Vancouver, Seattle, Minneapolis, Austin, Salt Lake City and San Francisco, among others. The Denver and Seattle dates are shows with The Misfits. The tour focuses on midwestern and western states.
What's a typical setlist for The Distillers?The Distillers play songs such as "I Am a Revenant," "City of Angels," "Drain the Blood" and "Die on a Rope" most often. The band's sets are between 14 and 21 songs, typically. The Distillers often play "Drain the Blood" and "The Young Crazed Peeling" as the last songs or encore. They have started several recent concerts with the song "Sick of It All."
Who are the members of The Distillers?Vocalist and guitarist Brody Dalle created the band in 1998. She is currently joined by Andy Granelli on drums, Ryan Sinn on bass and Tony "Bradley" Bevilacqua on lead guitar. Rose Mazzola is the former lead guitarist, Kim Chi once played bass for the band, and Matt Young is a previous drummer.
What can I expect from The Distillers live?The Distillers is a punk band from the tips of the members' hair to their shoes. Its set designs still seem very DIY, even when the band plays for crowds of thousands. Upcoming shows include smaller venues that will feel more intimate than arena concerts, and fans will be closer to the band. In the past, band members have jumped into the crowd and crowd surfed. Most shows are general admission/standing room only.
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