Ville Valo, the iconic frontman of the legendary Finnish band "HIM," is set to captivate the Baltics during his "Neon Noir" world tour. He'll enchant the audience with his latest solo creations from the album "Neon Noir" and revisit the timeless classics of "HIM," also known as "His Infernal Majesty."
Ville Valo is one of Finland's most renowned songwriters and producers. He gained worldwide fame as the charismatic voice behind the gothic rock band "HIM." Since the release of the album "Razorblade Romance" in 1999, the band has ascended to cult status all over the world. As part of the "Neon Noir Tour," fans can revel in beloved "HIM" anthems from this album, such as "Poison Girl," "Join Me in Death," "Right Here in My Arms," and other iconic "HIM" tracks.
In 2020, Ville Valo began his solo journey under the stage name "VV." "Neon Noir" is the debut solo album of the gothic rock genius. Upon its release, the album promptly soared to the top of the Finnish album chart. The new album's tracks "Neon Noir," "Loveletting," "Salute the Sanguine," "Run Away From the Sun," and "Saturnine Saturnalia," have been met with adoration from fans.
The "Neon Noir Tour," which started this year and includes dozens of concerts in North and South America, is set to head to Australia and New Zealand in 2024, and starting from April next year, European fans will also have a chance to enjoy this spectacular concert program. The grand finale of this tour will take place at the prestigious "Royal Albert Hall" concert venue in London, United Kingdom.
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