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Grey Daze Announces First Run Of Shows In The UK

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Grey Daze, a Phoenix-based post-grunge band, is heading out on their first-ever UK run in spring. The group, originally led by the late great Chester Bennington, is launching the #ForYouChester tour in celebration of their friend and former frontman’s life.

In an Instagram post, the band comprised of Sean Dowdell, Cris Hodges, Mace Beyers, and Cristin Davis shared, “We are excited to be touring the UK for the very first time | May 2024.” Fans can expect to hear everything from “B12,” which originally appeared on the band’s 1997 record No Sun Today, all the way to tracks from their 2022 LP The Phoenix. In fact, the group reworked “Starting To Fly” for their recent record, a reimagining of a song from their 1994 debut Wake Me.

According to Genius, “The Phoenix is a remix album by Grey Daze composed of Chester Bennington’s vocals from the 90’s over newly recorded instrumentals.” Many fans are complimentary of Grey Daze for keeping Chester’s memory and music alive.

The Phoenix Tracklist:

1. Saturation (Strange Love)
2. Starting to Fly
3. Be Your Man
4. Holding You
5. Hole
6. Drag
7. Believe Me
8. Anything, Anything
9. Spin
10. Wake Me

If you’re located in the UK, this may be one of few chances to see Grey Daze in person. Tickets are officially going on sale at 10 AM local time on November 3. Grab your tickets here and check out the full run of shows below.

Tour Dates:

  • May 12, 2024—Bristol, UK @ Thekla
  • May 14, 2024—Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
  • May 15, 2024—Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
  • May 16, 2024—Manchester, UK @ Rebellion
  • May 17, 2024—Wolverhampton, UK @ KK’s Steel Mill
  • May 18, 2024—London, UK @ The Garage
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