Wed. Jul 17th, 2024

BLACKLITE DISTRICT Releases New Music Video for “never came around”, Announces Tour with Adelitas Way


Spearfish, SD based alternative rock / hip hop artist BLACKLITE DISTRICT has released a brand new song and video called “never came around” coinciding with the announcement of a tour with ADELITA’S WAY, AMERICAN SIN, and ZFG, which kicks off April 17 in Houston. Aside from the video, the song is streaming exclusively on Spotify.


“A new year and new opportunities, with the key word being opportunity. I’m beyond excited to be able to perform alongside Adelitas Way as the direct support act on their What It Takes tour, and thankful for the opportunity. The live production of my show is it’s own thing, this time the key word is show. I’m an entertainer and that’s what I do. On the flip side of all of this, I just released the music video for my new track “never came around” and the fans are loving it. I can’t wait to see everyone on the road.” – BLACKLITE DISTRICT

Click to Stream “never came around” on Spotify

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Tour Dates: 04/17 @ Warehouse Live – Houston, TX 04/19 @ Come And Take It Live – Austin, TX 04/20 @ Gas Monkey – Dallas, TX 04/24 @ Muddy Creek Saloon – Heath, OF 04/26 @ Pima County Fair – Tucson, AZ 04/27 @ One Centre Square – Easton, PA 04/28 @ Iron Works – Buffalo, NY 05/01 @ Crafthouse – Pittsburgh, PA 05/02 @ The Machine Shop – Flint, MI 05/03 @ Music Factory – Battle Creek, MI 05/04 @ The Forge – Joliet, IL 05/05 @ Majestic Theater – Madison, WI 05/07 @ Rochaus – West Dundee, IL 05/08 @ Every Buddys – Chippewa Falls, WI 05/09 @ Fine Line – Minneapolis, MN 05/10 @ Bourbon Theatre – Lincoln, NE 05/11 @ Marquis – Denver, CO 05/12 @ Black Sheep – Colorado Springs, CO

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Blacklite District has experienced a meteoric rise over the past several months, with their YouTube following edging near 100,000 in less than a year and their wildly popular Minecraft videos–“Cold As Ice” and “The Struggle”–garnering around 70 million views cumulatively. Says Kyle, “I work with multiple major YouTube channels that promote my music to a huge worldwide audience. It’s been amazing as an independent artist of this generation to reach an audience of this size.” As a result of their rapidly expanding youth audience, the duo has seen incredible online sales and Spotify streams and playlistings, as well as significant Mainstream Rock Songs Billboard charting.