The band churned out past hits fan favorites like “Lowlife,” “So Happy,” “All or Nothing,” “Hate My Life,” and others. One particular highlight was their seminal “Santa Monica.” A cover of Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game” was stunning. It put the band’s talent on display and truly showed their range.
They closed out the set with their banger “Bad Girlfriend,” which saw the crowd pumping fists and singing along.
Theory recently announced their new studio album Say Nothing. The LP is set for release on January 31, 2020 via Atlantic/604 Records. The band premiered the record’s lead single “History of Violence” today, which can be streamed below. Fans can pre-order the album now HERE at a special price.
“This record allowed us to say all of the things that have been on our minds, but too afraid to say,” the band said in a statement. “With so many outlets for people to be nasty to one another, Say Nothing represents how maybe we should just shut up and listen.”Theory of a Deadman kicked off their fall headlining world tour on September 27 at The Tarheel in Jacksonville, NC. Tickets are on sale now HERE. VIP Experiences are available for the tour, which include a Meet & Greet, Photo Opportunity, Commemorative Laminate, Fan’s Choice of a Merch Item or Hat, plus early entry into the venue.
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