The Unlikely Candidates Announce 2022 Headline Tour that includes a stop in Morro Bay CA with rising stars The Criticals. The Unlikely Candidates released their hit song “Novocaine” which hit #1 on the billboard hot 100. The Criticals are a Nashville based rock band that focuses on energy; looking to The Stone Roses, Jane’s Addiction, and The Doors for inspiration.
Alternative quintet The Unlikely Candidates announce 2020 headline tour. Catch the band on the headline run starting in Waco, TX on February 22nd and ending on in Dallas on May 9th. The Unlikely Candidates have been touring nonstop in 2019 with the likes of The Score, The Goo Goo Dolls, and Mariana’s Trench, and show no signs of slowing down in 2020. For more information on upcoming tour dates and to purchase tickets, visit The Unlikely Candidates website HERE.
Earlier this year, The Unlikely Candidates released their hit song “Novocaine”, which skyrocketed in popularity since the music video was released Spring 2019. The music video has over 13 million views to date and the song has over 29 million streams worldwide. The track is currently #1 on the Alternative radio chart. “Novocaine” also landed a massive sync in the season 4 trailer of HULU’s popular TV show Veronica Mars.
Flaunting outsider panache and theatrical hooks as oversized as their home state of Texas, The Unlikely Candidates formed at a high school party before going on to release three EP’s. 2017’s Bed of Liars spawned “Your Love Could Start A War,” which clocked over 11 million Worldwide streams and charted in the top 40 at Alternative Radio. Then the quintet kicked off 2018 by releasing a Deluxe Edition of their Danger To Myself EP, which features the single “Oh My Dear Lord”. “Oh My Dear Lord” has racked up over 17 million Worldwide streams and due to the track’s success, FOX Sports and the MLB both named The Unlikely Candidates as “Artist of the Month”. Additionally, the band’s music has been featured on shows like Ray Donovan, ABC’s American Idol, FOX’s The Four, NFL’s Super Bowl 2018 playoffs, ESPN’s 2018 Indy 500 programming, Fox Sports and more. Along the way, the band has earned acclaim from the likes of The New York Times, Nylon, Esquire and toured with artist like Sublime With Rome, The Offspring, the Dirty Heads and Fall Out Boy.