Today, the Florida outfit unveiled plans for Observatory, a series of livestreamed concerts during which they will play full albums in their entirety.
Beginning on July 17, Underoath will perform 2004's They're Only Chasing Safety, 2006's Define the Great Line and 2008's Lost in the Sound of Separation. The band have implemented a tiered ticketing system that offers fans extra goodies including T-shirts and exclusive vinyl on top of virtual admission.
"This is special to us," the band wrote in sharing the news on Twitter. "We can't have you all in the same room with us, but we're working to have it be as interactive as possible."
All three aforementioned albums are available to purchase on vinyl separately, as well as part of a special Observatory box set. You can find complete ticketing and merch details through Underoath's official website.
Underoath's most recent album is 2018's Erase Me.
We've been figuring out how we could do this for awhile now & are extremely pumped to be able to announce Observatory. We're playing live again & DANG does that sound good right about now. (1/3) pic.twitter.com/kYKmIRPOrS— Underoath (@UnderoathBand) July 7, 2020
We're doing live streamed, full album play-through shows of Lost In The Sound of Separation, Define the Great Line AND They're Only Chasing Safety. ALSO, we've heard you and we're finally doing it; Each of those albums are having a vinyl repress (2/3)— Underoath (@UnderoathBand) July 7, 2020
(3/3) This is special to us. We can't have you all in the same room with us, but we're working to have it be as interactive as possible. More details are coming. Let's do it. https://t.co/myh3pHEpi4— Underoath (@UnderoathBand) July 7, 2020