Since over fifteen years, Planet funk’s name evokes wonderful sensations … It’s impossible to not sing one of their songs or staying still, while the radio or TV incessantly continues to transmit the vibrations

After a long tour that has seen them busy in the past 3 years on several fronts around Europe, the group has felt the need to go back to the experimentation that has always distinguished them, So, once again in the studio, the band has prepared the new album that will be released by Virgin Recs this coming spring, anticipated by the release of the single “All On Me” ( 8HE57Gab), which is already climbing the most important rankings on the planet and that conceptually also gave the name to the tour

#AllOnUsClubTour 2019, which will see the band performing in an electronic version of itself and engaged in some of the most important clubs and festivals in the world, starting next May, until October, looking at the next world tour that will see the full band performing again togheter starting from next autumn.

In this new evolution, the band will present an unprecedented electronic version of the new album and will make a journey among the greatest hits of the last 15 years in a dancefloor version, making use of the collaboration of some of the greatest international producers, who strongly wanted to contribute to this project; remixing and reworking the band’s most famous songs.

On stage there will be the historic founder of the band Alex Neri in the role of DVO (director virtual orchestra), Marco Baroni at the synth & keyboards, and the original voice of the great hits of the band Dan Black. The great news of this tour will be the contemporaneity of a futuristic light and mapping show that will accompany the band during the performances.

“The first official dates of the # AllOnUsClubTour2019 will be communicated through the official social channels of Planet Funk and DnZ Agency by the end of March, as well as the names of the guests who will accompany the performances will be revealed little before every gig”