Villains World Tour
Founded after the dissolution of frontman Josh Homme's first band Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age exploded out of the gates in the late 90s with the records Rated R and Songs for the Deaf. Heavy and sludgy, yet still packing in a load of radio-friendly melodies, it was a one-two album punch that set the band on the course to worldwide fame. Since then Homme has kept their sound fresh and vital, where so many of his contemporaries seem content to coast on former glories, and produced more than a few classic rock songs along the way.
New album Villains, featuring the groovy slice of swing that is the lead single 'The Way You Used To Do', was produced by pop mastermind Mark Ronson. Catch Queens playing new material alongside the likes of 'No One Knows,' 'Smooth Sailing,' and 'Feel Good Hit of the Summer,' when they roll into into your town.