The Auryn tour comes to the Razzmatazz

The band plays on the 28th of December as part of the Up We Go! Tour

Boy-band Auryn will play a concert in the Razzmatazz on Saturday the 28th of December as part of their current tour entitled Up We Go! The group consists of five boys aged between 22 and 25 and the tour is designed to continue the presentation of their latest album, Antiheroes, which was release last March. As a result of the immediate success of the record –it went to number 1– an extensive promotional tour of more than 100 concerts was organised.

The re-edition of Antiheroes released on the 10th of December includes a number of novelties such as a live concert DVD and a new song, “Viral”, which the band recorded for the film of the same name.

The European phase of the tour comes to an end in Madrid on the 8th of February, after which the band will continue their travels to Latin America, quite an adventure for a band that has already garnered an MTV Europe Music Award, three Neox Awards and two nominations for the Top 40 Awards.

Auryn’s origins stretch back to 2009 with the release of their first single “Breathe in the Light”, which reached number one on iTunes in Spain.

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Publication date: Friday, 20 December 2013
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