In The Valley Below, an indie synth pop rock duo, have a lot of exciting news for fans including a fall headlining tour, a new music video, and a new album. In The Valley Below supported Motown rockers Fitz and the Tantrums on their last tour and the crowd sang along to their hit single “Peaches.” It was only a matter of time before the band was going to announce their very own headlining tour. The tour kicks off in Grand Rapids, Michigan on September 25. This makes sense since In The Valley Below member, Angela Gail, is from Muskegon, Michigan.
They will be making a few stops in New England including Hamden, Connecticut at Space on October 13 and Brighton Music Hall in Boston on Oct. 14. Rhode Island fans can breathe easy knowing that In The Valley Below will be making a stop in Providence before their tour even kicks off. They will be playing the WBRU Summer Concert Series on August 7 for free at Waterplace Park. “Peaches” may be the first single off of their debut album, The Belt, but it’s definitely not the only one that fans can sing and dance along to. In addition to the exciting news of a headlining tour the band has also released a new live music video of “Peaches” that was filmed on top of the Capital Records building at sunset. The original music video for “Peaches” is definitely worth a watch as well. The direction of the music video is clever and artistic and filled with talking photographs, heartfelt live performances, and highway drives.
In The Valley Below have also released music videos for other hits including the soulful “Hymnal” and the explosive “Stand Up”. The band has even released a remix of “Peaches” collaborating with Passion Pit. In The Valley Below’s “Peaches” has received over six million plays on iTunes Radio and Spotify and The Belt is full of even more future singles for the band to choose from. For the latest news on In The Valley Below head to their official website. Keep reading AXS for more music news, reviews, and tour announcements.