It’s easy to say that Matthew Lucas, a.k.a PEEKABOO, has easily been one of the quickest rising acts in the electronic music scene in recent years. After a string of massively successful EPs, singles, and remixes, all within a few short months, audiences around the world were captivated by PEEKABOO’s fresh, distinctive, and unique productions. Fusing hip-hop beats with undeniable bass-end grooves and mind-bending sound design, PEEKABOO inspired a whole new wave of next-level bass music. His tracks, “Maniac”, and “Babatunde”, became iconic festival anthems, gaining support from the likes of Skrillex, Zeds Dead, Rezz, RL Grime, and more.
After dropping the Impossible EP in 2019 and peaking at No. 4 on Billboard Dance/ Electronic charts, PEEKABOO made waves announcing his debut headline tour, “The Impossible Tour”. After selling out a majority of these dates, the excitement began to grow and he continued to appear on festival lineups all over the US including Ultra, Lollapalooza, Electric Zoo, Lost Lands, and more. It wasn’t long after that his “Black Hole Tour” was announced in 2019, the largest tour to date with 39 dates taking place in some of the most sought after venues in EDM.
As PEEKABOO began to grow, his music began to transcend and evolve as well. His newest singles “Here With Me” and “Bumpy Road” have been played at festivals across the world and supported by some of the biggest artists in dance music. PEEKABOO has also released massive tracks with some of his best friends and inspirations, including “Vortex” with Rezz, “Reload” with Caspa, “Nosebleed” with Eptic, and most recently, “Mitosis” with Ganja White Night.
After such massive tour and festival runs over the past few years, PEEKABOO wanted to reconnect with fans, and find a way to embrace the core Boo Crew who has supported him from the beginning. From this, the “Hide and Seek Tour” was born. Small cap venues with minimal production, big sound, and track list of music curated just for this tour. A more exclusive experience for those who wanted to reconnect with the music on a more personal level. With almost every show selling out on the first leg of the tour, more dates are still being announced for fans who don’t want to miss it