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Launching US In My City Tour In April


24 MARCH 2023 (TORONTO, ON)  - Today, Toronto based “collective” New West unveils their Apple Music Home Sessions performance. They not only delivered a showstopping rendition of their breakout “Those Eyes, but they also served up a genre-bending and entrancing take on the classic “Iris” by Goo Goo Dolls. A truly global affair, they recorded at both Power Play Studios in Zurich and Republic Studios L.A. and mixed at Studio B Toronto. 


The guys recently signed to Giant Music/Republic Records and they’ll embark on their upcoming In My City Tour in April. The tour kicks off on April 24 at Los Angeles’ Troubadour, making a stop at San Francisco’s Rickshaw Stop on April 25 and concluding at New York’s Bowery Ballroom on May 9th. Tickets are on-sale at

In addition, the band recently uncovered a new visual for their smash song “Those Eyes,” reeling in 7 million views and counting and also charted in the top 15 on YouTube Trending Videos.


The song has already reached just over 325 million streams worldwide, while the sped-up version has over 50 million streams and recently the song was added to KROQ and WKQX Chicago. The music video, directed by Sean Brown, sees the band performing in Los Angeles in a cinematic version of their unparalleled live performances. Check out the official music video for “Those Eyes (Group Session)” HERE!
Be on the lookout for more news from New West! 


“In Those Eyes” US Tour Dates:
April 24th     West Hollywood, CA  Troubadour
April 25th     San Francisco, CA     Rickshaw Stop
May 9th       New York, NY             Bowery Ballroom 

Tickets can be found at

About New West: 
Four individuals. One vision. Endless possibilities. Meet New West. The Toronto-based “collective” comprises four individual artists, namely Kala Wita, Vella, Ben Key, and Noel West. For as different as they respectively may be in terms of where they’re from, how they create, and why they’re here, they fit together as seamlessly as long-lost puzzle pieces. They rotate between instruments and pass around the mic, morphing in real-time across each and every song with an unabashedly warm nostalgic undercurrent. Their very first release “Those Eyes” hinted at the potential of their chemistry. Its lush lo-fi acoustic guitar, dreamy piano, lullaby melody, and quotable play-by-play of a relationship in full bloom instantly reacted with listeners worldwide. It initially popped off on TikTok (the guys aren’t quite sure where but it’s all good), and the success slowly but surely translated to streaming platforms. Between the Original and “Sped Up” version, it clocked nearly 270 million Spotify streams. Tracing an invisible line all the way from the British Invasion to 21st century alternative R&B, they defy genre as they simultaneously define a singular style on their 2023 forthcoming full-length debut for Giant Music/Republic Records and much more to come.