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Indie-pop trio AJR‘s new single “Weak” is quickly on the rise.
The track, which is from their latest EP What Everyone’s Thinking, has garnered early acclaim while racking up over 30 Million Spotify streams. “Weak“ currently sits at #41 on SPOTIFY‘s U.S. chart – an incredible achievement for a song that is not impacting pop radio until January 24th. AJR was also just selected by iHeartRadio to be part of their “About To Break” campaign.
The group will soon bring their boisterous live show to the road on their What Everyone’s Thinking U.S. Headlining tour which kicks off February 22nd in Orlando, FL and will bring the band to 15 major markets across the country including Chicago, DC, NYC & more! Full tour routing below.
AJR recently had the honor of performing at The White House for the IT‘S ON US Campus Sexual Assault Summit. The organization is one the band holds very close to their hearts, as its mission is to reframe the conversation about sexual assault on college campuses. As part of their partnership with IT’S ON US, AJR has written and recorded a theme song for the organization that will be released later this year.
Comprised of three brothers – Adam, Jack, and Ryan – from which the group derives their namesake, AJR first achieved major acclaim with their hit single “I’m Ready.” The electro-pop smash is certified Platinum with over 18 million YouTube views, 44 million Spotify streams and a feature in Amy Schumer’s “Trainwreck” trailer. On stage the band comes to life, filling rooms around the country with contagious energy. Having toured with Demi Lovato, Train, Andy Grammer, Hoodie Allen, and American Authors, they are no stranger to the spotlight. With praise from Billboard, PopCrush, Idolator and more, and live performances on TODAY and Live with Kelly, the group is poised for even bigger success in 2017.
WHAT EVERYONE’S THINKING TOUR DATES:
February 22 Orlando, FL @ The Social
February 23 Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage
February 24 Charlotte, NC @ The Evening Muse (SOLD OUT)
February 25 Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
February 27 Nashville, TN @ The High Watt
March 1 Green Bay, WI @ Meyer Theatre
March 2 Minneapolis, MN The Garage
March 4 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
March 5 Detroit, MI @ The Shelter
March 6 Columbus, OH @ The Basement
March 7 Washington, DC @ Jammin Java (SOLD OUT)
March 9 Allston, MA @ Brighton Music Hall
March 10 Hamden, CT @ The Space
March 11 New York, NY @ Gramercy Theatre
March 18 Salt Lake City, UT @ In the Venue