Grizfolk to support Bastille on North American tour
'Bad Blood' sensations Bastille are due to start their full U.S. tour next week and they will be supported by a band called Grizfolk, which was founded by Swedish natives Fredrik Eriksson and Sebastian Fritze. Other members include Adam Roth, Brendan Willing James and Bill Delia.
They were recently handpicked by alternative rock chart-toppers Bastille to open on the upcoming dates of their forthcoming fall North American tour, which is due to kick off on October 9 with a sold out concert at the iconic Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
The band, who were rather impressively mentioned in Spotify’s “Artists to Watch for 2014” list, will also return to support Bastille on the tour’s final two nights – November 20 at Los Angeles’ Shrine Expo Hall and November 21 at the Fox Theater in Pomona, CA.
So far, the 'Hymnals' outfit has enjoyed great success as music from the lads has been featured on MTV’s 'Finding Carter,' as well as on 'Hart Of Dixie'. Grizfolk also wrote and recorded a song for the end title sequence of DreamWorks’ movie, 'Mr. Peabody & Sherman'.
Grizfolk’s full list of dates in support of ‘Pompeii’ hitmakers Bastille can be seen below and they're currently on their own college tour:
Watch the band's amazing video for 'The Struggle' in full below:
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