New track available July 22nd

Country music’s fastest rising star Warren Zeiders will unveil a new single entitled “Up To No Good” this Friday, July 22nd via 717 Tapes/Warner Records. The track is another instantly irresistible anthem from Zeiders. Produced by Lindsay Rimes [Kane Brown], the track snaps like a touchdown pass from acoustic verses into an electric guitar-charged hook. Meanwhile, he muses about the best kind of trouble with a confession, “She’s the drug I can’t say no to.” Stay tuned for the premiere of the cinematic music video very soon.

Zeiders also expands his already packed itinerary and adds three more months to his current tour named after the new track. Catch his Up To No Good Tour this fall.

“Up To No Good says it all. From the live shows, my music, and my personality. This new single is one that I think my fans will keep on repeat,” Zeiders shares. “I found it fitting to call my Fall tour the Up To No Good Tour with my new single being released and a list of shows that people won’t wanna miss out on.”

This new round of full-band dates kicks off on September 8th in Houston, TX at the White Oak Music Hall, sees him perform in New York City for the first time at Irving Plaza on October 27th, and concludes on November 19th in Huntsville, AL. Artist Fan Club pre-sales begin Tuesday, July 19th with a Spotify pre-sale following on Wednesday, July 20th. General on-sale commences Friday, July 22nd at 10 am local time.

Reaching yet another major milestone, Zeiders recently completed a rite of passage for country’s best and brightest with his Grand Ole Opry debut. The legendary institution welcomed Zeiders last Saturday, July 9th where he was presented a plaque for his RIAA Gold-certified single “Ride The Lightning.”

Continuing to make headlines, Zeiders just shared a new version of “Ride The Lightning” with none other than iconic genre-crossing drummer/producer Travis Barker.

The 23-year-old burst onto the country music scene in the last year or so, emerging as one of the genre’s fastest rising success stories in recent history. With his brooding tunes and gravelly voice, it’s no surprise that he’s inspired a massive social media following, garnering over 975 million views on TikTok and over 412 million global streams across platforms.

Zeiders has earned a rep for sharing his searing, authentic songs directly with fans and has collected that work in the critically acclaimed 717 Tapes EPs. 717 Tapes EP Vol. 2 also contains his most recent single and fan favorite “Wild Horse,” along with “Dark Night” and “Burn It Down.”

Warren Zeiders 2022 Tour Dates:

July 21 – Kansas City, MO @ Knuckleheads
July 22 – Petersburg, IL @ Menard Country Fair
July 23 – Springfield, MO @ Midnight Rodeo
July 28 – West Bend, WI @ Washington County Fair Park
Aug 5 – New Haven, CT @ Toads
Aug 6 – Clearfield, PA @ Clearfield County Fair
Aug 13 – Omaha, NE @ Barnato Live & Loud
Aug 14 – Dubuque, IA @ Q Casino supporting Sam Hunt
Aug 26 – Glasgow, KY @ Plaza Theatre – FREE SHOW
Sep 8 – Houston @ White Oak Music Hall
Sep 9 – Fort Smith, AR @ Temple Live
Sep 10 – Stillwater, OK @ Outside City Limits Festival
Sep 11 – Dallas @ Studio at the Factory
Sep 23 – Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom
Sep 24 – Ashland, KY @ Foxfire Music & Arts Festival
Oct 13 – Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theatre
Oct 14 – Columbia, SC @ The Senate
Oct 15 – Richmond Hill, GA @ Great OgeeChee Fest
Oct 20 – Chattanooga, TN @ The Signal
Oct 21 – Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel
Oct 22 – Charlotte, NC @ The Underground
Oct 26 – Boston @ Paradise Rock Club
Oct 27 – New York City @ Irving Plaza
Oct 29 – Philadelphia @ TLA
Nov 3 – Detroit @ St. Andrew’s Hall
Nov 4 – Columbus, OH @ Newport Music Hall
Nov 5 – Pittsburgh @ Stage AE
Nov 11 – Minneapolis @ Varsity Theatre
Nov 12 – Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre
Nov 13 – Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe at Old National Centre
Nov 16 – Nashville @ Brooklyn Bowl
Nov 17 – Athens @ Georgia Theatre
Nov 18 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City
Nov 19 – Huntsville, AL @ Mars Music Hall