Senses Fail to perform ‘From the Depths of Dreams’ in full during their upcoming fall tour

If you never thought you’d get the chance to see Senses Fail play From the Depths of Dream in full, then things are about to change for you, my friends. On Tuesday (June 4), the New Jersey-founded band announced upcoming tour dates for the fall where they will play the 2002 release in its entirety.

The forthcoming outing will find the band performing across North America throughout September and October. The 32-stop trek will include gigs in Oklahoma City, St. Paul, Tampa, Atlanta, Nashville, Boston, Philadelphia, Omaha, Denver, and their previously confirmed appearance at this year’s Riot Fest.

Senses Fail’s fall tour begins on Sept. 7 at the Lowbrow Palace in El Paso and concludes on Oct. 19 at the House of Blues in San Diego. Special guests Hot Mulligan and Yours Truly will join Senses Fail throughout the excursion.

VIP and presale tickets are now available for purchase. General ticket sales begin this Friday, June 7.

The new tour announcement comes a week after the band was confirmed as one of the acts playing this year’s Riot Fest Chicago. As with previous years, the music festival revealed that several groups on the roster will perform some of their biggest albums in full.

Senses Fail was confirmed to be one of those bands. Their set will include From the Depths of Dreams as well as 2004’s Let it Enfold You.

From the Depths of Dreams was originally released in August 2002 as a six-song EP. Upon its success, the band signed with Drive-Thru Records who reissued the album in April 2003 with the addition of two new tracks.


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