Electronic dance music trio the Armentani Brothers are taking the East Coast by storm. Presently on their Red Lips tour, a name borrowed from their forthcoming release via Sirup Music, the threesome are electrifying audiences.
The Red Lips tour includes performances in Atlantic City, New York, Charleston, Philadelphia, State College, with additional shows announced almost daily. The threesome will appear at elite venues such as the world-renowned Lavo New York, Premier Atlantic City, NOTO Philadelphia, Stage West, and Deco Nightclub in Charleston.
Upcoming shows include:
Armentani Brothers NOTO Headline, Philadelphia, PA, March 31st.
Armentani Brothers @ The Ave (Alley), Philadelphia, PA, April 1st.
Armentani Brothers Deco Nightclub, Charleston, SC, April 9.
While on tour, the Armentani Brothers will be showcasing their new material – “Red Lips” with Tommy Capretto, and “Enough of You” with the Little L3gends – along with their popular previous hits such as “Better Than This,” “Made Me Leave,” and “Next to You” with Kendall Huggins. The latter track has collected over 527,000 streams on Spotify.
Talking about the tour and their music, the brothers told CelebMix, “Fans can expect a fun, energetic, and memorable set. Whether it’s a champagne shower, John with his shirt off, or a phone being tossed from the crowd to the stage, you never know what you might see during this tour. We are excited to present our fans with some new songs, mashups, and remixes. The song we are most excited to present is ‘Red Lips,’ which is an unreleased song signed to EDX’s label, Sirup. This song features house legend Tommy Capretto, and it is set to release in April.”
Comprising three brothers – Jimmie, George, and John – the Armentani brothers hail from the City of Brotherly Love. They have shared the stage with artists like W&W, Galantis, Two Friends, Kaskade, and Steve Aoki, as well as performing throughout the U.S.
With their infectious sound, brimming with vibrant EDM and pop flavors, the Armentani Brothers deliver dazzling live shows. Don’t miss them if they’re performing near you.