New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Cheat Codes are excited to announce their US headlining tour this fall, where they'll be playing major markets such as Chicago, Boston
and Las Vegas. The band's euphoric and effervescent smash hit, "No Promises ft. Demi Lovato" continues its campaign as the certified song of the summer, as the track broke Top 10 at Pop Radio
Alongside the tour announce, the band are debuting an inovative VR experience on their Youtube channel, including pieces from their past and future, with artwork from both released and unreleased records. Cheat Codes are at the forefront as this is the first time a tour has been announced in this way. The band have also teased their live experience via their Too Easy series, giving fans an insight into who they are and what their live show is like.
With 300+ million cumulative streams, a performance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon
and Good Morning America, the song has moved over 2 million track equivalents globally to date. "No Promises
" is gold certified in Denmark, Italy, the UK and the US; and has been platinum certified in Australia, Ireland, Sweden, Norway and the Netherlands.
No strangers to playing to sold out arenas and stadiums across the globe, the group have been busy this summer making appearances at major festivals including Lollapalooza, Tomorrowland and more. Cheat Codes recently performed "No Promises
" at MTV's Road to VMA's.
With 1.5 billion streams across DSPs and currently in the Top 50 most streamed artist on Spotify globally, attracting 22.5 million streams a month, the three piece recently collaborated with David
Guetta and Robin
Schulz with the track, "Shed A Light
"; and just released the new track, "Sober
" ft. Nicky Romero. Their remix of Maggie Lindemann's "Pretty Girl
" with CADE has been streamed over 260 million times and has just been certified gold and platinum in over 10 countries including just recently, the U.K.
Comprised of Trevor Dahl, Matthew Russell and Kevin
Ford, the group have seen a meteoric rise since they first formed in LA two years ago. "Matt and I met like 5 years ago, and we lived together a few different times since then," Trevor explains. "We never really made music together seriously. But when I moved to LA, Matt and Kevin
started to write and we worked on a song together, and that's when it all happened."
Be sure to catch the band on the road this Fall.