dvsn just dropped off their sophomore album, Morning After a few weeks a go. It was a monumental follow up to their 2016 self-titled debut and was met with high praises from their fans and critics. Now that they gave everybody a little less than month to fully digest their latest effort, they just announced that they're taking the project across the globe on their upcoming tour.

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Daniel Daley and Nineteen85 will bring their latest cinematic effort throughout North America and Europe at the top of 2018. The duo announced the "Morning After" tour earlier today. The tour will kick off in Vancouver, BC on Jan 21st, before they begin the American stretch of their tour. The duo will hit the west coast in cities before heading into the southern states. They'll later hit the mid-west and the east coast before wrapping up the North American leg in Montreal and their hometown of Toronto on Feb. 28th. The duo will later trek across the pond to Dublin for follow it with a few dates in the UK before hitting France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The tour will officially wrap up on April 4th in Stockholm. Tickets are available on November 10th. The "Morning After" world tour will be their first global tour as headliners. They've yet to announce opening acts but that'll probably be announced closer to when the tour begins.

dvsn are about to have an incredible 2018 with the tour following the release of their most recent album. Considering their unique approach to the album, it's going to be interesting to see how they end up presenting it on a live stage. 

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Aside from touring, the group delivered a slew of new music following the release of the album. They debuted two new tracks directly after the album dropped. They brought Roy Wood$ through for a remix of "Dont Choose. They also dropped a remix to SZA's "The Weekend" with an additional verse from Daniel Daley. Who knows, maybe they'll also perform those live as well.