Guster announce U.S. tour dates
Boston-based rockers Guster have announced a short U.S. tour in early 2022 promoting their latest album ‘Look Alive’. The 8-date trek takes place in January making stops in Kingston, Montclair, Boston, Washington DC, Detroit, Chicago and Homestead. Joining the tour in support will be special guest Ben Kweller. The new outing follows up 2019’s Look Alive Tour which was joined by Henry Jamison, Tall Heights, Nada Surf, Saintseneca, Kolars, Mikaela Davis and Rubblebucket.
Guster released their eighth studio album ‘Look Alive’ on January 18th, 2019 via Ocho Mule and Nettwerk Music Group. The new album follows up 2015’s ‘Evermotion’ and 2010’s ‘Easy Wonderful’ which reached a career-best #22 on the Billboard 200. Back in 2018, the band launched a major summer tour across America with support from Caroline Rose and Van William. The four-piece outfit formed in 1991 and currently consists of members Adam Gardner, Ryan Miller, Brian Rosenworcel and Luke Reynolds.
About Guster Tour Albums
Guster appeared on the Alternative scene with the appearance of the album ‘Goldfly’ released on April 7, 1998. The song ‘Demons’ was instantly a success and made Guster one of the newest emerging acts at that time. Afterwards, Guster published the hugely famous album ‘Keep It Together’ which includes some of the most famous songs from the Guster collection. ‘Keep It Together’ features the single ‘Diane’ which has become the most well-known for fans to hear during the shows. Besides ‘Diane’, many of other tracks from ‘Keep It Together’ have also become recognized as a result. A handful of Guster’s most famous tour albums and songs are provided below. After 18 years since the release of ‘Goldfly’ and having a major effect in the business, music lovers still flock to experience Guster appear live to play tracks from the entire catalog.