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Underoath: Observatory Livestream Series Announced

GRAMMY-nominated hard rock band UNDEROATH have announced UNDEROATH: OBSERVATORY, an epic livestream concert series that will unfold over a three-week period this month.

For UNDEROATH: OBSERVATORY, the band will perform a show per week, which will be broadcast from a secret location that will include a groundbreaking new stage design utilizing full touring production exclusively built for these online performances. The shows will be produced in association with Bandsintown.

Each week will feature a full album performance, which will take place Friday evenings at 8PM ET. The series kicks off with the Grammy nominated Lost In The Sound of Separation, followed by the gold-selling Define the Great Line, and wrapping with They’re Only Chasing Safety, which also achieved Gold status.

Additionally, each record will be reissued on vinyl and there will also be accompanying merch drops.

Underoath are aiming to bring the concert stage to your living room and beyond with this unparalleled series.

“We’ve always been a live band so this is a big deal for us,” the band explains. ‘We’ve never attempted something of this scope so tackling it has been a big undertaking, but also exciting. It’s a different arena for sure, but I think this will be something that changes how we approach our live shows from here on out. We can’t wait to see what happens….We’ll do it live.”

The full show schedule is as follows.

Friday, July 17: Lost In The Sound of Separation
Friday, July 24: Define the Great Line
Friday, July 31: They’re Only Chasing Safety

Fans are able to purchase tickets for each show here.

Underoath have remained incredibly busy during the quarantine. Theylaunched a weekly series on their Twitch channel. During the episodes, the band streams an album from its catalog in full and goes into detail about the writing and recording processes. Guests include producers, artists that Underoath have toured with, label personnel, and others who’ve been intricately involved with and instrumental in the band’s career. The series quickly became a favorite among fans, averaging almost 10,000 unique viewers per stream. View past episodes here.

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