Party the night away with Dead Can Dance
European folk music group Dead Can Dance have sold out concert tickets all over the world. Don’t miss out on one of their performances of a lifetime by heading over to StubHub and buying and selling Dead Can Dance tickets as soon as they become available.
European medieval folk music roots
Dead Can Dance brings a unique sound to the mix by combining dark folksy music from medieval and Renaissance times with pop and worldbeat vibes. The band, originally from Australia, has a knack for putting together various elements and inspirations and bringing their fans a unique and idiosyncratic sound that is hard to compete with. The music produced by the group can be found anywhere from Hollywood chill rooms to famous Hollywood movies, including King Arthur and Gladiator. Furthermore, their new age style of music has been difficult for other groups to mimic, especially in the 21st century. Artists who have tried include Enigma, Manic Street Preachers and Bel Canto. The emotional and spiritual quality of their music artfully weaves together various time periods and cultures that combine to create a universal language transmitted around the globe. Upcoming tour dates are listed on StubHub along with Dead Can Dance tickets. Buy now to avoid disappointment!
Standalone tracks that earned the band its fame
Dead Can Dance has seen various band members pass through its doors. However, guitarist Brendan Perry and vocalist Lisa Gerrard have remained the core of the group since its beginnings. Each member brings their own elements to the vocals, the band, and its sound, allowing them to produce several standalone hits that have gone on to reach all corners of the globe. Their track 'Flowers of The Sea' from their first album Garden of the Arcane Delights (1984) is best known for establishing their unusual and emotional sound that goes far beyond that of any traditional rock band of the time. An example of one of the band’s more medieval and classical-themed songs is 'Ascension' from their 1985 album Spleen and Ideal. The song also incorporates a drum machine and horn section to weave together the spiritual and rhythmic nature of the melody. Their most recent album Dionysus (2018) incorporates an incredibly diverse sonic landscape, bringing in the sounds of various string and wind instruments in addition to those of animals. Head on over to StubHub to buy and sell Dead Can Dance tickets today.