Jai Wolf drops new anthem ‘Moon Rider,’ along with new tour dates

Right off the bat, Jai Wolf‘s latest invokes strong feelings of being in the open air under the stars at Red Rocks, and if that doesn’t excite fans to see the Cure To Loneliness producer there later this summer, maybe nothing will.

Jai Wolf’s latest delivery, “Moon Rider” is an anthemic stadium pop track featuring a wide open synth, vocal chops on the drop, and tom hits that sit in the background to give the song an even bigger feel. Wrabel‘s affectionate singing (reminiscent of Sam Smith) adds the final layer to make “Moon Rider” an ideal show-stopper, just in time for Jai Wolf’s newly announced upcoming tour.

The Cure To Loneliness tour, named after his 2019 LP, starts at Coachella (as all good things do). The first iteration of the tour last spring hit 33 towns. On the second leg, only eight shows make the list, most notably a late-May show at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheater.

APR 11, 2020
Coachella Music and Arts Festival – Indio, CA

APR 18, 2020
Coachella Music and Arts Festival – Indio, CA

MAY 2, 2020
Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom – Chicago, IL

MAY 9, 2020
Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA

MAY 15, 2020
Hangout Music Festival – Gulf Shores, AL

MAY 16, 2020
WaMu Theater – Seattle, WA

MAY 25, 2020
Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO

AUG 29, 2020
The Brooklyn Mirage – New York, NY

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