Stone Temple Pilots - PERDIDA Tickets
Fillmore Auditorium | Denver, CO
Stone Temple Pilots present PERDIDA! The band’s first-ever acoustic album, come on down to Fillmore Auditorium on Saturday 15th February 2020 and embark upon a new sonic adventure with Stone Temple Pilots. It features 10 deeply personal songs that weave introspective lyrics together with unexpected instruments to take you on an emotional and musical journey through letting go and starting over. So, what are you waiting for? If you love the guys from STP buy some tickets, this is going to be such a unique experience!
PERDIDA, the band’s eighth studio album, features guitarist Dean DeLeo, bassist Robert DeLeo, drummer Eric Kretz and vocalist Jeff Gutt, who joined Stone Temple Pilots in 2017.
Dean says the album’s title foreshadows its somber mood. “You have to live it to write it, and this record is a reflection of where we’ve been recently.”
Gutt says the album’s emotional honesty focused him lyrically. “I had to let myself be as vulnerable writing the lyrics as Dean and Robert were writing the music.”
Robert says PERDIDA is as much a musical journey as it is an emotional one thanks the touches of flute, alto saxophone, vintage keyboards, guitarrón and Marxophone featured throughout the album. “I’ve always loved how different instruments can accentuate a song in unexpected ways. Working with other musicians on this album was such a joy because it gave us a rare opportunity to hear our songs through someone else’s ears.”
Kretz says the band is looking forward to not only performing the new songs acoustically, but also pulling songs from previous albums into the setlist. “We’ll finally get a chance to play songs from our catalog that we’ve never played live, or in some cases, haven’t played live in more than 20 years.”
Robert says the band is looking forward to finally realizing that dream in February 2020. “We’re excited because it’s not only a chance for us to celebrate our new album in a special way, but also everything that’s brought us to this moment.”