When MTV News caught up with the fellas of FM recently, they shared what the motto is for the 26-date trek, which will also feature the Quest Crew, Sidney Samson, Eva Simons and Natalia Kills. "It's gonna be a whole lot of bass and a whole lot of showers," J-Splif explained. "Bring your raincoats."
"There's going to be a little bit of wiggling going on," Kev Nish added. "There's gonna be shuffling, booty popping, a lot of movement. That's what both crews like to do. Big shout-out to [LMFAO's] RedFoo and the Party Rock Crew and [our label] Cherry Tree, really, for putting this all together."
The tour will kick off in Columbus, Ohio, on May 22 before partying all around the country, including stops in Seattle, Los Angeles, Atlanta and Miami. The tour will wrap up on July 4 in Toronto. And, given the two groups' long, rambunctious history with each other, it should come as no surprise that their focus will be on having fun.
"We've been friends with LMFAO since, like, the diaper days," Nish continued. "We was all partying in diapers, chilling in the crib. But, yeah, we're grateful to them, all the love they've shown us. RedFoo actually co-directed/executive produced the video for 'Live My Life,' and we took the energy of the tour that we've already been on and put that on camera."
May 22 also happens to be the day Far East Movement drop their new album, Dirty Bass, which features Justin Bieber on the lead single, [article id="1682512"]"Live My Life,"[/article] and Tokio Hotel's [article id="1682591"]Bill Kaulitz on "If I Die Tomorrow."[/article]
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