HILLTOP HOODS in SALT LAKE CITY
HILLTOP HOODS in SALT LAKE CITY

HILLTOP HOODS come to Salt Lake City on December 8th 2019. HILLTOP HOODS are currently supporting their eighth studio album, THE GREAT EXPANSE, which is their sixth #1 album overall, thus achieving history for both the band and their home country by having the ARIA record for most #1 albums by an Australian band and holding the record for “The Great Expanse World Tour” as the largest hip-hop tour ever from an Australian artist. The tour follows a main support trek across Australia and New Zealand, with rap superstar Eminem.

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THE GREAT EXPANSE delivered a string of hits with platinum-selling “Clark Griswold” feat. Adrian Eagle and double platinum-selling singles “Leave Me Lonely” and “Exit Sign,” featuring Ecca Vandal and Illy. These hits now join songs featuring artists such as Sia, Black Thought (The Roots), Pharoahe Monch, Chali 2na (Jurassic 5) andBrother Ali.

HILLTOP HOODS in the last decade have sold over 1 million albums in Australia alone and have achieved over 640 million global streams. Stream and/or download THE GREAT EXPANSE here: https://hilltophoods.lnk.to/TheGreatExpanse

Watch the official music video for “Exit Sign” feat. Illy & Ecca Vandal (over 2.1M views to date) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOrzDrIHyyg

Since their breakout platinum-selling LP The Calling, which included smash hit “The Nosebleed Section,” the trio have established themselves as a force on the world Hip Hop stage. HILLTOP HOODS have made waves across multiple genre festivals with their versatile all-encompassing sound. They have been invited to play festivals worldwide including T in the Park, Splendour in the Grass, Glastonbury, The Big Day Out, Reading Festival, Frauenfeld Music Festival, Highfield Festival and Falls Festival

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