Canadian rockers and YouTube sensations Walk Off The Earth are taking popular music to new heights with their unconventional spins on Top 40 tracks and catchy originals. With almost 400 million video views to date of their electrifying YouTube performances, the multi-instrumentalists have proven they possess raw talent, infectious energy, and inimitable style. From taking turns singing on original fan-favorite "Red Hands" to gathering around a single guitar to perform Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know", Walk Off The Earth are one of the most revolutionary bands of their time and they continue to surprise concertgoers worldwide with their creative live shows. Hot off the heels of their Gang of Rhythm Tour, Walk Off The Earth are back on the road for a number of thrilling performances that are sure to keep audiences on their toes.
Ontario-based group Walk Off The Earth formed in 2006, covering famous pop tunes and producing low-budget videos on YouTube. They gained popularity when their version of Gotye's "Somebody I Used To Know" went viral, earning them praise from Gotye himself for their unique approach to the song, nicknamed "Five Peeps One Guitar". Since their internet success Walk Off The Earth released their 2013 debut R.E.V.O to widespread acclaim and earned four Canadian Radio Music Awards along with a CASBY Award. A phenomenal up-and-coming act, Walk Off The Earth will have fans coming out in droves as they head out on a string of must-see tour dates.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"The band themselves were amazing. Constantly switching up instruments and vocalists. The songs were fantastic. Would definitely recommend this band!"
"Wasn't familiar with Walk Off the Earth, but we liked what we saw -- an awesome performance, high energy, and non-stop. They're all multi-talented, and they clearly give it their all."
"This was an absolutely amazing show. Would definitely go and see again."