Whethan drops single ‘Good Nights’ along with accompanying tour
Taking a quick ramp to success with the easy likability of his last few singles such as “Can’t Hide” and “Savage”, Whethan has grown from a bedroom-producer to a staple act on festival stages. After successfully gaining the attention of fans across the globe and going on to collaborate with bass extraordinaire Flux Pavilion, the Chicago-native has firmly established his obvious talent.
Managing to fluctuate between sub-genres to express his creative work, Whethan has worked effortlessly within the future-bass sphere to create his own trademark sound. With a pattern of producing future-bass singles that are characterized by rich vocals and layered tempos, Whethan breaks this chain by releasing his latest, an indie-pop hit dubbed “Good Nights”.
Not one to leave fans waiting, the announcement of his “Good Nights” tour was also revealed alongside the the single. Embarking on a round-the-clock tour across North America, Whethan’s schedule remains jam-packed from summer festival gigs, to back-to-back shows in a variety of cities.