The Wiltern | Los Angeles, California
Lose yourselves in the instrumental landscapes as the experimental post-rock quartet Explosions In The Sky heads to The Wiltern on Wednesday, January 24th, for their The End Tour! In support of their latest album of the same title, the band has announced additional dates for their ongoing 18-city trek that will travel across North America before moving on to its Asian leg. You may be familiar with their hits featured on the soundtrack of Friday Night Lights, including the emotional themes “Your Hand In Mine” and “From West Texas,” but these guys go beyond their capacity, earning multiple Austin Film Festival Awards and being nominated for a prestigious Maverick Movie Award. As a bonus, LA’s greatest showplace at Wilshire Boulevard ensures the best angles and immersive scene surroundings to take this alternative show to the next level. Prioritize those front-row seats for a deeply absorbing encounter, and purchase your tickets now!
American post-rock/alternative band Explosions In The Sky will land at The Wiltern on Wednesday, January 24th! Marking their first full-length release in almost seven years, the group released their eighth studio album, “End,” last September via Temporary Residence Limited.
Wander into a scene straight out of a movie as the quartet’s music has often found its way into some of the biggest films today. The ensemble, hailing from Texas, is recognized for its contributions to the soundtracks of movies such as Friday Night Lights (2004), Power Rangers (2017), and This Means War (2012). Additionally, they recently lent their musical talents to score the 2021 public TV nature documentary titled Big Bend: The Wild Frontier Of Texas.
Post-rock followers, rejoice! This is your chance to finally see all official members present at this bustlin’ event, featuring Chris Hrasky on drums, Michael James & Mark Smith on guitar, and Munaf Rayani on keyboard.
And if that hasn’t hooked you, Atlanta Concert has a lot to say about the band’s moody and cinematic compositions. “The band performs with little in the way of visual spectacle. A ring is set around the band from which lights periodically emit, almost always peaking with crescendos in the music. Visually, it’s a great look, defying the typical theater lights by primarily shining from the stage up.”
Moving forward, it’s time to support these guys as they promote their latest record produced by Grammy Award-winning musician John Congleton. Quite spectacular, don't you think? If you’re not up to speed, here’s the average setlist for their ongoing tour:
THE END TOUR SETLIST
First Breath After Coma
Catastrophe and the Cure
The Birth and Death of the Day
With Tired Eyes, Tired Minds, Tired Souls, We Slept
Your Hand in Mine
The Only Moment We Were Alone
All are invited to Los Angeles' premier concert venue, which possesses a subtle touch of historical charm and sophistication. With amazing audio-visual systems and professional services, there truly is no other place that compares to this outstanding landmark! Watch Explosions In the Sky at The Wiltern on Wednesday, January 24th! Get your tickets now!