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Details of The Bots and the Ticket Luck value
Hailed as “this generation's real rock 'n' rolling brothers” by Teen Vogue and “most likely to succeed” by Rolling Stones, the two-member band, The Bots is ready for some spectacular shows this summer. The internationally recognized band is set to make you dance to their catchy beats in their upcoming shows. They will be rocking audiences alongside bands like Incubus, Deftones and Death From Above 1979. So all you fans yearning to catch your favorite band in a live show, grab The Bots tickets now. The duo is known for their eclectic mix of music and fiery performances, so embrace the chance of seeing them live before it's too late.
The Bots – A Dynamic Duo
The band consists of two brothers from Los Angeles, Mikaiah Lei and Anaiah Lei. They recorded their first album when they were only 15 and 12 years old respectively. The disposition of not following the old-style rock music and always trying something new has proven to be very fruitful for the band. Their unique sound incorporates elements of garage/punk, ballad tradition and American blues. But what really sets them apart from their contemporaries is the distinct and personalized storyline in their music that keeps audiences hooked.
Although the band is fairly new in the music scene, they have self-released three albums and have been on multiple Vans Warped tours, European Festivals, and various support tours with Bad Brains, Blue and Damon Albarn's Africa Express and Yeah Yeah Yeahs, to name a few. The duo recorded their first full-length album in 2009. A self-titled album, it was recorded at Hollywood's Paramount Ameraycan Studio. The album consisted of ten tracks co-written by the boys and a cover of the single Art Star by Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Some songs from this album include These Feelings, Stop, I Like Your Style, My Apparatus and You Name It, We Got It.
Journey towards Stardom
In 2010, The Bots released their two-track EP, “Black and White Lights” which marked the band's return to Paramount Ameraycan Studio. Two very different tracks, Notre Monde and No One Knows, perfectly incorporated the band's music style. The next year, the duo released yet another EP “Ladies & Gentlemen” with producer Dave Klein. Another two-track album, it included the singles Northern Lights and Vanity. The band also released a video for the track Vanity which quickly became a fan-favorite.
The Bots released another EP “Sincerely Sorry” in Fall 2013 with Fader Label. The album prompted The New York Times to recognize them with words like “on the cusp of stardom”. It consisted of four original tracks. While two of the scores, Plastic Jacket and 5.17, were recorded at Studio 13 in London by Stephen Sedgwick, the other two tracks War and I Like Your Style were recorded at Dob Sound Studios in California, the duo's hometown. Shortly afterwards, in 2014, the band rocked thousands of people at the Festival Circuit performing at Outside Lands, Riotfest, Japan's Summer Sonic, Fun Fes and Bonnaroo. The duo garnered a lot of critical acclaim for all these performances.
In the same year the band released a full-length album “Pink Palms”. Produced by Justin Warfield and recorded in Los Angeles, the album contained a mix of American Blues tradition and Garage Punk. The single All I Really Want, from this album was hailed “an absolute knockout” by NPR Music. According to HTF Mag the album was “one of the punchiest albums of the year. A release of impressive technicality and creative flare from a talented and ambitious source”. The single, No One Know from this album gained a lot of popularity. Some other famous singles from this album include Blinded, Won, Wet Blanket, Ubiquitous, Alanna and Bad Friends.
The Bots Live Experience
Recently the band has been in news for sharing the music video for the track, Blinded. The video was directed by Norman Reedus, The Walking Dead star. Not only this, the band is also currently a part of Mitsubishi's “Every Mile Matters” TV advertisement. Their summer tour will kick off in July from Clarkston and will wrap up in San Diego in August. If you want to enjoy their music live, all you need are The Bots tickets. So get your hands on the tickets now to experience their electrifying guitar riffs and heavy drumming right in front of you.