LOS ANGELES | JULY 9, 2018 – LA-based active rock band, The World
Over, just wrapped a string of dates on the final run of The Vans
Warped Tour and are gearing up for their Warped AfterParty tour, which kicked
off last night in Houston. The tour winds its way through Florida and up to the
midwest ending on July 22nd. While on the tour they will be performing hits
from their latest EP, Ventifact, which
released at the end of 2017.This fan-inspired EP is a mirrored image of
their 2016 smash, Mountains but re-imagined as an acoustic release giving
the band a new sound, style, and feel for their beloved tunes. After a year of touring and much critical
acclaim, The World Over have crafted a new rendition of their fan favorite EP, Mountains, which included single “Let Go,” into a
masterful 5-track acoustic EP. The 5-track acoustic EP was produced, recorded,
engineered and mixed by Ryan Knecht, and mastered by Siegfried Meier at Beach
Road Studios. Off the EP, comes “Traitor,” a re-imagined version with acoustic elements.
The World Over, is led by front-woman Tiaday Ball, granddaughter of Ernie Ball (world renowned creator of Music Man guitars and Slinky Strings) and is comprised of guitarist Ryan Knecht, and bassist Juan Arguello. Forming in 2014, the band released Rampart District, produced by Omar Espinosa (Escape The Fate),
which garnered significant praise from fans and led them to record and release
their second EP, Mountains with Siegfried Meir (Kitty, DMX), in 2016. The
band hit the road in support of their EP and joined Otep’s
“Resistance” tour in March 2017, which garnered the attention of
Alternative Press, naming Tiaday as one of the Top 100 Women in Music in 2017.
Stemming off the success of Mountains, comes Ventifact, an EP that symbolized another dramatic shift in
the bands’ sound and represents another dimension of the bands ability to pump
out sonically interesting and genre bending songs. Ventifact released
on November 17, 2017!