Fresh off their recent GRAMMY win, Atlantic Records rockers Portugal. The Man has enlisted Ghostly International recording artist Tycho to create two extraordinary remixes of their current smash single, “Live In The Moment.” Tycho has crafted a pair of distinct new musical versions – “Live In The Moment (Sunrise)” and “Live For The Moment (Sunset)” – that both showcase the acclaimed Portland rockers original song while pushing it forward via the GRAMMY® Award-nominated dance/electronic project’s own distinctive approach. “Live In The Moment (Sunrise)” and “Live For The Moment (Sunset)” are available today at all digital music retailers and streaming services:https://lnk.to/limtychomixPR.

"As a producer and musician who primarily creates instrumental songs I jumped at the chance to work with Portugal. The Man's unique vocal style,” says Scott Hansen, Tycho’s primary composer, songwriter, and producer. “I try to approach remixes in a way that casts the original song in a new light while staying true to its core elements.  Getting to explore totally different spaces with these two versions, it allowed me to better express my take on the song. I wanted to create a lighter, more energetic version (Sunrise) and darker, more introspective one (Sunset) to highlight and contrast the parts of the original song that most inspired me.”

“Live In The Moment” – featured on Portugal. The Man’s eighth studio album WOODSTOCK – is the follow up to the album’s lead single “Feel It Still,” which was undoubtedly one of the biggest songs of 2017. “Live In The Moment” is currently shaping up to be a multi-format chart smash, which includes a top 5 spot at Alternative radio and #1 at Triple A. The band is set to perform the song for the first time on national television on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Tuesday, February 20th right before they head to Brooklyn to light up the stage at Brooklyn Steel as part of their North American headline tour, all dates below.

Portugal. The Man took 2017 by the horns after a considerably long gap, especially for a band that has dropped roughly an album a year since 2006. They spent years working on an album called Gloomin + Doomin before later developing what would become known as their eighth studio album WOODSTOCK. Fate struck lead singer, John Gourley, twice. First, John got some parental tough love from his old man. “What’s taking so long to finish the album?,” John’s dad asked. “Isn’t that what bands do? Write songs and then put them out?” The whole thing got John thinking about why the band seemed to be stuck on a musical elliptical machine from hell and more importantly, about how to get off of it. Second, John found his dad’s ticket stub from the original 1969 Woodstock music festival, which ultimately knocked something loose in his head. He realized that, in the same tradition of bands from that era, Portugal. The Man needed to speak out about the world crumbling around them.

With these two ideas converging, the band made a seemingly bat-shit-crazy decision: they took all of the work they had done for the three years prior and threw it out. The band went back to the studio – working with John Hill, Danger Mouse and longtime collaborator Casey Bates. In this new-found creative territory, the album that became WOODSTOCK rolled out naturally from there. Fast forward to present day and it was impossible to escape the album’s first single “Feel It Still,” which dominated the charts and radio airwaves in 2017. The multi-platinum certified hit reigned at #1 at nearly all radio formats, including Top 40, as well as Alternative, where the song held the chart’s top spot for a mind-blowing 20 weeks, breaking the record for most weeks at #1. Yes, you read that right. 5 guys from Wasilla, Alaska who have played nearly 1,500 shows in their career broke Alternative radio records and had a #1 song at Pop radio. Billboard Magazine even went as far as to call the song, “the unexpected rock crossover hit of 2017,” while Rolling Stone listed it as “one of the best songs of 2017.”

For additional news and information, please visit PORTUGALTHEMAN.COM and ATLANTICRECORDS.COM.

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*additional tour dates


6 Calgary, AB MacEwan Hall w/ Hollerado *SOLD OUT*

8 Winnipeg, MB Burton Cummings Theatre w/ Hollerado *SOLD OUT*

9 Minneapolis, MN Palace Theatre w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

10 Minneapolis, MN Palace Theatre w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

11 Madison, WI Overture Hall w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

13 Iowa City, IA IMU Ballroom w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

14 Columbia, MO The Blue Note w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

16 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

17 Louisville, KY Palace Theatre w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

18 Cleveland, OH Music Hall At The Cleveland

Public Auditorium w/ Twin Peaks

20 New York, NY Brooklyn Steel* w/ Topaz Jones

21 Montreal, QC MTELUS w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

22 Providence, RI The Strand w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

24 Washington, DC The Anthem w/ Twin Peaks *SOLD OUT*

26 Athens, GA Georgia Theatre w/ Mattiel *SOLD OUT*

27 Athens, GA Georgia Theatre w/ Mattiel *SOLD OUT*

28 Macon, GA Hargray Capitol Theatre* w/ Mattiel


17 Teton Village, WY Jackson Hole Rendezvous

Spring Festival


11 Reno, NV Grand Sierra Theater w/ Cherry Glazerr

13 Las Vegas, NV The Chelsea Theater at

The Cosmopolitan w/ Cherry Glazerr

15 Indio, CA Coachella

18 Santa Fe, NM Santa Fe Convention Center w/ Deap Vally

21 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara County

Bowl* w/ Chicano Batman &

Deap Vally

22 Indio, CA Coachella

27 Wayville, Australia Groovin The Moo Festival

28 Maitland, Australia Groovin The Moo Festival

29 Canberra, Australia Groovin The Moo Festival


5 Bendigo, Australia Groovin The Moo Festival

6 Townsville, Australia Groovin The Moo Festival

12 Bunbury, Australia Groovin The Moo Festival

18 Gulf Shores, AL Hangout Music Festival

19 Nashville, TN Ascend Amphitheater* w/ Jack Harlow

20 Columbus, OH Express Live* w/ Jack Harlow

22 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE* w/ Jack Harlow

25 Boston, MA Boston Calling 

26 Portland, ME Thompson’s Point* w/ Jack Harlow


14 Dover, DE Firefly Music Festival

15 Hunter, NY Mountain Jam

22 Neuhausen Ob Eck,

Germany Southside Festival

23 Scheessel, Germany Hurricane Festival

25 Warsaw, Poland Palladium*

28 Sankt Gallen,

Switzerland OpenAir St. Gallen

29 Panensky Tynec,

Czech Republic Aerodrome Festival


1 Ewijk, Netherlands Down the Rabbit Hole Festival

3 Milan, Italy Fabrique

7 Argeles, France Les Deferlantes Festival

8 Arras, France Main Square Festival

10 Argeles Sur Mer,

France Parc de Valmy

11 Stockholm,

Sweden Debaser Hornstulls Strand Bar

Brooklyn och Calexico's

13 Oeiras, Portugal NOS Alive Festival

14 Lisbon, Portugal Passeio Maritimo de Alges

14 Madrid, Spain Mad Cool Festival

15 Barcelona, Spain Apolo

18 Moscow, Russia Crocus City Hall*

19 Carhaix, France Site de Kerampuilh

21-22 Paris, France Lollapalooza Paris

24 London, UK Forum*

28 Indianapolis, IN Lawn At White River State Park*


1 Lewiston, NY Artpark Amphitheatre*

8 Denver, CO Red Rocks Amphitheatre* w/ Oh Sees

10 Los Angeles, CA Shrine Auditorium* w/ Cuco

18-19 Tokyo, Japan Summer Sonic

24 Troutdale, OR Edgefield*

25 Troutdale, OR Edgefield*


14 New Orleans, LA The Sugar Mill* w/ Chicano Batman

16 Charleston, SC Volvo Car Stadium* w/ Chicano Batman

18 Charlotte, NC Charlotte Metro Credit

Union* w/ Chicano Batman

20 Richmond, VA Classic Amphitheater* w/ Lucius

22 Forest Hills, NY Forest Hills Stadium* w/ Lucius


26 Anchorage, AK Alaska Airlines Center*

27 Anchorage, AK Alaska Airlines Center*


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