Internationally-acclaimed, chart-topping production duo Galantis celebrates the success of their two recent singles “Satisfied” (feat. MAX) and “Mama Look At Me Now” – out on Big Beat Records – by announcing a massive headlining show at San Francisco’s legendary Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on Friday, November 16th! Road warriors in the truest sense, Galantis, comprised of Christian Karlsson (also of Bloodshy & Avant and Mike Snow) and Linus Eklöw (Style of Eye), are known for their over-the-top live performances, and are currently wowing audiences in Europe in the midst of their world tour.
November 16th marks the triumphant return of Galantis to the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, after a sold-out show in 2017.
“Satisfied” and “Mama Look At Me Now” have resulted in over ten million streams combined in two short weeks since their release, continuing the duo’s string of churning out hit after hit. A remix package of “Satisfied” and “Mama Look At Me Now” will be coming out August 24th, corresponding with the launch of a WAVO remix contest as well!
Galantis’ collaborative single “Spaceship (feat. Uffie)” is also holding steady at #28 (#18 peak) at US Dance Radio, with over 20 million streams to date, and they have official remixes for A R I Z O N A’s “Summer Days” coming August 10th, and Shift K3Y’s “Entirety” coming out August 17th.
The Swedish duo’s current tour has them on the road through fall 2018 in North America and Europe, including Mysteryland, Creamfields, Imagine and Life Is Beautiful Festivals, as well as dates at Encore Beach Club and XS in Las Vegas.
The group’s second album The Aviary debuted as a top 10 album in 23 countries and received widespread critical praise. The New Yorker proclaimed, “Galantis sends crowds soaring with reliably mammoth melodies,” while NYLON raved, “Everything Gallants touches is gold.” Additionally, their debut album, Pharmacy, reached No. 1 on the Billboard Dance Chart and spawned hit singles “Peanut Butter Jelly” and “Runaway (U&I),” the latter of which is RIAA certified gold in seven countries and earned GRAMMY nominations for “Best Dance Recording” and “Best Remixed Recording”