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Bad Wolves + Diamante Drop Surprise Duet “Hear Me Now”, On Tour with From Ashes to New This Summer

Following a tease on socials earlier this week, Bad Wolves reveal “Hear Me Now” ft. Diamante, out now on Spotify. The surprise duet sees Bad Wolves’ frontman Tommy Vext and Diamante join forces in a powerful display of intertwined vocals on the soaring ballad.

“It is undeniable what Diamante brought to the song as a final touch,” explains Vext of the collaboration. “In retrospect it always felt like “Hear Me Now” was a duet. In the process of recording together, I think we all fell in love with Diamante a little bit. And we think you will too.”

The labelmates will tour together this summer on the What’s In Your Head Tour – on sale now! The upcoming tour sees Bad Wolves and From Ashes To New co-headline with Diamante opening each show.

“When Bad Wolves invited me to record “Hear Me Now” I was completely ecstatic and honored!,” shares Diamante. “I am in love with everything about the song, which makes me even more excited to go on our tour this summer with them and From Ashes To New! Bad Wolves and FATN are both incredible bands, and I cannot wait to hit the road with them in June.”

2018 has proven to be a breakout year for Bad Wolves, who are set to release their debut record, Disobey on May 11th via Eleven Seven Music. Earlier this year, the band released their cover of The Cranberries’ intergenerational hit, “Zombie” as a tribute to late frontwoman Dolores O’Riordan, who was set to reprise her iconic vocals on the track. Resonating with audiences across the globe, “Zombie” has topped global charts. At present, it is the longest charting track of all tracks currently on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 chart and the top-selling rock single of 2018. Having received mainstream US airplay from Howard Stern, KROQ and Z 100, “Zombie” has gone #1 on iTunes Overall (US), and #1 iTunes Rock, and #1 iTunes Metal Globally. The official music video has accumulated over 71 Million video views on FB and YouTube combined since its release.

Up-and-coming solo artist and Better Noise label-mate Diamante has previously opened for Whitesnake and Steel Panther. The 21-year-old, turquoise-tressed, Mexican-Italian-American musician is sure to wow audiences with her signature brand of sultry attitude and rock swagger on tour this summer and on her debut album Coming In Hot – featuring the viral title track and lead single “Had Enough” – out June 15th. It is produced and mixed by Howard Benson [Chris Cornell, Kelly Clarkson, My Chemical Romance, Halestorm]. Her 5-track collection Volume 1 is out now.

A full list of In Your Head Tour dates can be found below. Tickets and VIP packages are available via https://badwolvesnation.com.

What’s In Your Head Tour Dates:
Bad Wolves & From Ashes To New Co-Headline with Special Guest Diamante
June 4 – The Annex – Madison, WI
June 6 – Varsity Theater – Minneapolis, MN
June 7 – Bottom Lounge – Chicago, IL
June 8 – The Machine Shop – Flint, MI
June 9 – Piere’s Entertainment Center – Fort Wayne, IN
June 11 – The Basement – Columbus, OH
June 12 – The Westcott Theater – Syracuse, NY
June 13 – Aura – Portland, ME
June 18 – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
June 19 – Gramercy Theatre – New York, NY
June 21 – Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
June 22 – Norva – Norfolk, VA
June 23 – The Tarheel – Jacksonville, NC
June 24 – Capone’s – Johnson City, TN
June 26 – Soul Kitchen – Mobile, AL
June 27 – Sidetracks Music Hall – Huntsville, AL
June 28 – The Metroplex – Little Rock, AR
June 29 – Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK
July 1 – XR Club – Amarillo, TX
July 2 – Jake’s Sports Cafe – Lubbock, TX
July 5 – Gothic Theatre – Englewood, CO
July 6 – Sunshine Studios Live – Colorado Springs, CO
Additional 2018 Bad Wolves Tour Dates:
Bad Wolves Festival Dates
April 20 – KUPD Radio Show – Tempe, AZ
April 21 – Las Rageous – Las Vegas, NV
April 27 – Welcome To Rockville at Metropolitan Park – Jacksonville, FL
April 28 – Fort Rock at Markham Park – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
May 5 – Carolina Rebellion at Charlotte Manor – Concord, NC
June 1 – Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel – Deadwood, SD
June 2 – Kansas City Rockfest – Kansas City, MO
July 12 – Rock USA Festival – Oshkosh, WI
Bad Wolves with Hollywood Undead
Mon April 23 – The Cotillion – Wichita, KS
Tue April 24 – House of Blues – Dallas, TX
Wed. April 25 – House of Blues – New Orleans, LA
Wed May 2 – The Aztec Theater – San Antonio, TX
Thurs May 3 – House Of Blues – Houston, TX
Supporting Five Finger Death Punch + Shinedown
* FFDP and Bad Wolves Only
May 6 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
May 8 – Rupp Arena – Lexington, KY
May 10 – BOK Center – Tulsa, OK
May 11 – Westfair Amphitheatre – Council Bluffs, IA
May 12 – Eagles Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI *
May 14 – Salem Civic Center – Salem, VA
May 16 – Legacy Arena – Birmingham, AL
May 17 – Ford Center – Evansville, IN
May 18 – Mark of the Quad – Moline, IL
May 20 – Alerus Center – Grand Forks, ND
May 30 – Casper Events Center – Casper, WY *
With Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin + Nothing More
* – 5FDP & Bad Wolves only / ** – 5FDP, Breaking Benjamin & Bad Wolves only
July 16 – White River Amphitheater – Seattle, WA **
July 18 – Spokane Arena – Spokane, WA **
July 20 – Taco Bell Arena – Boise, ID
July 21 – Usana Amphitheatre – Salt Lake City, UT
July 24 – Shoreline Amphitheater – San Francisco, CA
July 25 – Mattress Firm Arena – San Diego, CA
July 27 – Five Point Amphitheater – Irvine, CA
July 29 – Isleta Amphitheatre – Albuquerque, NM **
Aug 1 – Austin 360 Amphitheater – Austin, TX
Aug 3 – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – Houston, TX **
Aug 4 – Starplex Pavilion – Dallas, TX
Aug 6 – Snowden Grove Amphitheatre – Southaven, MS
Aug 7 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO
Aug 9 – Heritage Park Amphitheater – Simpsonville, SC
Aug 11 – MidFlorida Amphitheater – Tampa, FL
Aug 12 – Verizon Amphitheater – Atlanta, GA
Aug 14 – Keybank Pavilion – Pittsburgh, PA
Aug 15 – BB&T Pavilion – Camden, NJ
Aug 17 – Montage Mountain – Scranton, PA
Aug 18 – Xfinity Center – Boston, MA
Aug 20 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, ON
Aug 22 – Lakeview Amphitheater – Syracuse, NY **
Aug 24 – Jiffy Lube Live – Bristow, VA
Aug 25 – PNC Bank Arts Center – Homdel, NJ **
Aug 28 – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, OH
Aug 29 – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – Chicago, IL
Aug 31 – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center – Indianapolis, IN **
Sept 1 – DTE Energy Music Theater – Detroit, MI
Sept 3 – Darien Lakes Amphitheater – Darien Lakes, NY
Sept 6 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater – Wantagh, NY **
Sept 7 – The Xfinity Theater – Hartford, CT
Sept 9 – Blossom Music Center – Cleveland, OH **

 

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