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Above & Beyond announces upcoming ‘Common Ground’ album & NA tour

While at their sold-out global trance gathering, ABGT 250, the larger-than-life trio Above & Beyond news of an upcoming tour hitting Los Angeles and New York City.

Fans will be pleased to know that, following today’s first phase roll out of the “Common Ground” tour, that Jono, Tony, and Paavo will be spending their entire winter and spring traveling across North America. The newly added shows include US stops in Philadelphia, Toronto, San Francisco, Detroit, Chicago, Atlanta and more.

The NA tour comes on the heels of the announcement that Above & Beyond’s forthcoming album, Common Ground, will be released some time in January of 2018. The album’s third single “Northern Soul” — set for release November 3 — follows the release of “Tightrope” and “My Own Hymn,” and marks the group’s reunion with “Sun and Moon” vocalist, Richard Bedford.

Above & Beyond camp had this to say regarding their Winter/Spring embarkment across the U.S.,

“Our ‘Common Ground’ album tour will travel to over 25 cities this winter, including a few places we don’t get to visit too often. The album is almost finished – we can’t wait to share our latest creations with the North American Anjunafamily.”


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