March 31, 2020
615 West 100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Upcoming events at Metro Music Hall
The Chromatics event has been cancelled.
A refund has been initiated if you purchased a ticket to this event. This refund may take up to three business days to be reflected by your financial institution.
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From the band:
Due to the postponement of Treefort Music Festival and public health concerns, the upcoming March and April Chromatics & Desire tour dates have been canceled. Refunds will be issued at point of purchase.
Chromatics-known by many for theDrive Soundtrack & Twin Peaks (Music from the Limited Event Series) -were founded by Adam Miller in Seattle in 2001. The group gained an underground following with their 2003 debut Chrome Rats Vs. Basement Rutz, which was produced byJohnny Jewel.
Jewel, one-half of iconoclastic Glass Candy, joined Chromatics as a full time member & began working closely with Miller in Portland on a new electronic sound. Ruth Radelet joined on lead vocals, as well as Nat Walker on drums. Their game-changing 2007 album Night Drive earned critical acclaim —Pitchfork called the record “effortless & impressive.”Night Driveheavily influenced Nicolas Winding Refn’s seminal 2011 film Drive. The pulsating track “Tick Of The Clock” powered thefilm’s iconic opening sequence.
In 2012, Chromatics released the classic albumKill For Love, securing their role as a landscape-defining band & earning a place on many publications' year-end lists, including Pitchfork’s top ten albums of 2012. Gorilla Vs. Bear calledKill For Lovetheir number one album of the year. Written & recorded while the band was living in Montreal,Kill For Loveprovided various songs that would be featured in television shows such as Mr. Robot, Riverdale: Season 1 (Original Television Soundtrack), Bates Motel, Gossip Girl, Parenthood, 13 Reasons Why, & more.
Chromatics dropped the cinematic twelve-track follow up toKill For Lovein October 2019, on the eve of their first European tour in seven years. The group’s seventh studio album,Closer to Grey,came without warning. Written & recorded after the band’s relocation to Los Angeles, Jewel’s signature production sets the stage for the band’s ethereal sound.