The Mars Volta have returned. The band has posted its first new music since 2012’s Noctourniquet in the form of “Blacklight Shine,” and has also revealed dates for its first tour in a decade.
Omar Rodriguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zaval, the founding members of Mars Volta, are at their most approachable in “Blacklight Shine,” which rides a Caribbean-flavored feel that differs greatly from the group’s trademark frenzied art-rock. A little black-and-white clip with Caribbean dancers showcases the song.
The Mars Volta Tour Dates 2022
The Mars Volta Announce Tour Dates With ‘Blacklight Shine,’ you can check the mars volta tour dates 2022 that given below.
- Sept. 23: Dallas (The Factory at Deep Ellum)
- Sept. 25: Atlanta (Tabernacle)
- Sept. 27: Philadelphia (Opera House)
- Sept. 29: New York (Terminal 5)
- Oct. 1: Boston (MGM Music Hall at Fenway)
- Oct. 3: Washington, D.C. (Anthem)
- Oct. 5: Toronto (Massey Hall)
- Oct. 6: Detroit (Royal Oak Theatre)
- Oct. 8: Chicago (Aragon Ballroom)
- Oct. 11: Denver (Mission Ballroom)
- Oct. 14: Seattle (Moore Theatre)
- Oct. 18: San Francisco (Warfield Theatre
- Oct. 21: Los Angeles (Hollywood Palladium)
The return of The Mars Volta comes after Rodríguez-López and Bixler-Zaval reunited, then again dissolved, their previous band At The Drive-In in 2017-18. The Mars Volta’s entire discography as well as some previously unheard songs were included in a limited-edition 18-LP boxed collection that was released last year.