Being in the midst of one of the most pivotal periods of his career, Joshua Mellody’s alter ego is additionally set to embark on an extensive 29-date US tour, which neatly ties in with this release on Never Say Die.
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Marking the first single from his highly anticipated forthcoming LP ‘The Outbreak’, Zomboy delivers ‘WTF!?’ on May 19th. The track will be available to stream exclusively via Billboard May 12th. Being in the midst of one of the most pivotal periods of his career, Joshua Mellody’s alter ego is additionally set to embark on an extensive 29-date US tour, which neatly ties in with this release on Never Say Die. Expected tour support includes Eptic, TC, & Cookie Monsta.
Citing early inspiration from names including Skrillex, Reso and Rusko, his first EP upon signing to Never Say Die Records ‘Game Time’ smashed the Beatport charts and led to the likes of Ministry of Sound and Warner Music snapping up several of his other tracks for various compilations. Now, taking the opportunity to explore new sounds and styles, ‘WTF!?’ is an invigorating take on Big Room House, still managing to incorporate Zomboy’s trademark gurgling bass and entwining melodies. The rhythmical progression increases with an almost menacing intensity until it reaches its climax, where Zomboy switches things up in effortless style.
Alongside the original comes an uncompromising remix from tour support and Dubstep stalwart, Cookie Monsta, who delivers exactly what fans of the Circus Records sound have come to expect.
Exhilarating, unpredictable and electrifying; ‘WTF!?’ is just a taste of what is yet to come from the revered producer this year.
May 16th // Trocadero Theatre // Philadelphia, PA
May 22nd // Lincoln Theatre // Raleigh, NC
May 23rd // Opera // Atlanta, GA
May 28th // Peabody’s // Virginia Beach, VA
May 29th // Ram’s Head Live // Baltimore, MD
May 30th // 9:30 Club // Washington, DC
May 31st // Chop Shop // Charlotte, NC
June 4th // Mercury Ballroom // Louisville, KY
June 5th // NV // Knoxville, TN
June 6th // The National // Richmond, VA
June 7th // Anthem // Nashville, TN
June 11th // The Rex Theater // Pittsburgh, PA
June 12th // The Higher Ground // Burlington, VT
June 13th // House Of Blues // Boston, MA
June 14th // Webster Theatre // Hartford, CT
June 19th // Zar Nightclub // Akron, OH
June 20th // The Phoenix // Toronto, ON
June 21st // Royal Oak Music Theatre // Detroit, MI
July 2nd // Deluxe At Old National // Indianapolis, IN
July 3rd // 2720 Cherokee // St. Louis, MO
July 4th // Skyway Theatre // Minneapolis, MN
July 5th // Concord Music Hall // Chicago, IL
July 9th // Cain’s Ballroom // Tulsa, OK
July 10th // Emo’s East // Austin, TX
July 11th // Stereo Live // Houston, TX
July 12th // Lizard Lounge // Dallas, TX
July 24th // Yost Theater // Santa Ana, CA
July 25th // Somewhere Loud // San Diego, CA
July 26th // Ogden Theatre // Denver, CO