Above and Beyond, the British DJ trio recognized worldwide, provided an ultimate fresh new music therapy for your ears with their new album “Common Ground.”
The progressive trance group, consisting of Jono Grant, Tony McGuiness and Paavo Siljamäki, have dropped their sixth studio album, Common Ground on January 26. The album was released under the group’s founded British record label, Ajunabeats — the label that has also released albums from fellow electronic artists Mat Zo and Andrew Bayer. It debuted at number 3 on the Billboard 200 charts, deservedly so.
The trio gave us a rhythmic soundtrack that includes vocalists Zoe Johnston, Richard Bedford, and the group’s own Tony McGuiness who always transcend the emotion of each song. However, there were some new vocals provided by Justine Suissa and Marty Longstaff.
Both the group and vocalists created hits like “Northern Soul,” “Is it love (1001)” and “Tightrope.” This album came at a perfect time, beginning 2018 with musical motivation and positivity. You may have heard these singles at the 2017 Ultra Music Festival or 2017 EDC Las Vegas. The group, however, provided their own mix on their “Group Therapy” Podcast that has already surpassed 250 shows. The 13-song album never fails to provide a euphoric feel and soundtrack to any workout, long drive, pre game or simple relaxation.
Above and Beyond has already begun their journey to spread their musical blessing in their North American tour that started just after the new year. Check out their new album and treat yourself to a concert you’ll never forget, maybe you’ll be one of the lucky few to get selected to go on stage and “push the button,” to drop the beat and feel like you’re one of them!
Above & Beyond ‘Common Ground’ Tour dates:
2/6 – Burlington, Vermont – Higher Ground
2/8 – Syracuse, New York – Sl Hall at the Fairgrounds
2/9 – Worcester, Massachusetts – Palladium
2/10 – Providence, Rhode Island – The Strand Ballroom
2/15 – Cleveland, Ohio – House Of Blues
2/16 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Egyptian Room @ Old National Centre
2/17 – Chicago, Illinois – Navy Pier Festival Hall
2/18 – Detroit, Michigan – The Fillmore Detroit
2/21 – St. Louis, Missouri – The Pageant
2/23 – Dallas – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
2/24 – Houston, Texas – Revention Music Center
2/25 – Mexico City, Mexico – EDC Mexico
2/27 – Phoenix, Arizona – Rawhide
3/2 – San Francisco, California – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium SOLD OUT
3/3 – San Francisco, California – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
3/7 – Portland, Oregon – Roseland Theatre SOLD OUT
3/8 – Portland,Oregon – Roseland Theatre SOLD OUT
3/9 – Garden City, Idaho – Revolution Concert House and Event Center
3/10 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Get Lucky Festival
3/13 – Kansas City, Missouri – Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
3/15 – Nashville, Tennessee – Marathon Music Works
3/16 – New Orleans – The Joy Theater
3/17 – Atlanta – Coca-Cola Roxy
3/18 – Charlotte, North Carolina – The Fillmore Charlotte
3/22 – Miami – RC Cola Plant
5/19 – Morrison, Colorado – Red Rocks Amphitheater