On Saturday, February 29th, the Stone Temple Pilots will be taking their tour to the Tropicana, Atlantic City. The band will give its audience the chance to hear its very first acoustic album, PERDIDA.
In essence, the Tropicana’s doors will open at 7 pm, with the show starting at 8 pm. This is an incredible opportunity for fans of the band as it is their very first acoustic album. However, not only will the audience get to hear the brand-new tunes, but the group will also treat them to some of the best songs from their incredible back catalogue of hits.
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A Different Kind of Album
To sum up, this is the band’s eighth studio album. However, this is the first of its kind for the musicians. Indeed, the band have called it PERDIDA, which is Spanish for ‘loss’.
As such, it highlights the dark and sombre mood of the tracks. The band has described this as both a musical and emotional journey for listeners. The songs feature incredible sounds from the flute, keyboard, alto saxophone, guitarron, marxophone and more. Therefore, it brings together all different sounds to create perfect harmonies. They will be releasing the album on February 7th for $16.98 or $19.98 on Vinyl. However, the first single from the album, Fare Thee Well, is already available.
Part of the US Tour
Beside visiting Atlantic City, the Stone Temple Pilots will be touring the album across the US and Canada. So, if you can’t make the Tropicana date on FEBRUARY 29th. Well, there are other options for you, although these may require you to travel a bit. For many, attending to the tour kick-off in Vancouver will be out of the questions because of the distance. But it’s worth knowing that the last show of the tour is in Boston on March 1st and that’s more reasonable to travel to.
Anyhow, if you’re interested in getting your hands on tickets, you can visit the Tropicana Casino. The ticket sale started on December 6th, and they’re priced at $30 plus taxes and fees, but the experience you’ll get is worth a lot more.