“Double Experience” to Wrap Up Ontario Tour in Kingston

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Video game rock nerds ‘Double Experience’ are wrapping their Ontario tour dubbed “Rated M For MaTour” in Kingston on Saturday, May 31st at The Mansion.

The tour is in promotion of this summer’s release of their upcoming album ‘721835‘ on August 1st – the follow up to the band’s 2011 EP, ‘One Big Quicksand‘.

Inspired by everything the band loves and considers nerdy, 721835 was influenced by “geeky comic books, trading cards, classic 8 bits games to today’s future 3D experiences”.

Having performed at over 500 shows and traveled more than 100,000 miles during multiple tours across Canada, the UK, and in the States, Double Experience will conclude the Ontario leg of their tour at The Mansion in Kingston along with Suns of Static.

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“Ever since we completed the new record last summer, we toured extensively overseas and got tons footage for the new single in the process. For this spring tour, we really wanted to focus on our home province of Ontario and visit cities that we haven’t been to in almost a year,” said vocalist Ian Nichols. “To make it even more special, we will be bringing the very first copies of our brand new album along with us as a tour-exclusive for our fans to get their hands on before the official release later this year.”

The band’s first music video in support of the new album “Who The Hell?” can be seen below or watch it directly on Youtube

For more information about the Kingston Show at The Mansion, visit Double Experience‘s Facebook page or follow them on Twitter.

Photo source: Double Experience gallery | Home page photo: Vicky Kao