Miley and Noah Cyrus have been grabbing headlines and red carpet interviews for the new music they’ve released this year, but how could we forget the candy-coated synthpop their older brother’s brought into the world?
Okay, Trace Cyrus has been a lot further from the spotlight, but his biggest cultural moment turns 10 this year, and that means an anniversary tour. Alternative Press points out that Metro Station has announced a bunch of North American tour dates to celebrate the 10th birthday of its self-titled 2007 album, the one that produced the top 10 Hot 100 hit “Shake It.”
The band, which also features multi-instrumentalist and backing singer Mason Musso, will start its trek Sept. 1 in Nashville and continue through Oct. 21, when the tour wraps in Johnson, Tenn. Openers include Assuming We Survive, Avion Roe, and Lancifer. The full itinerary, announced by Avion Roe, features a number of empty dates marked “AVAILABLE,” so hey, here’s your chance to book Metro Station and friends.
— Avion Roe (@AvionRoe) July 11, 2017
In the years that followed the debut, Metro Station released a series of singles and EPs before finally releasing a sophomore album called Savior in 2015. Both Metro Station and Trace Cyrus have released their own singles this year.
For a taste of what’s in store, here’s them performing “Shake It” on the Warped Tour back in 2015: