Houndmouth to Play Three Northwest Dates on Upcoming North American Tour

Houndmouth have announced the long-awaited release of their new album, Golden Age, their first for Reprise Records, set for release on August 3. The New Albany, Indiana-based rock band — Matt Myers (guitar/vocals), Zak Appleby (bass/vocals) and Shane Cody (drums/vocals) – mark their return with a new sound introduced by current single, “This Party” which is quickly gaining traction at alternative radio. Pre-order Golden Age today and receive instant downloads of “This Party” and “Modern Love”, another brand new song from the upcoming album. Visit the band’s website for special album bundles including a limited edition poster. The first 100 posters sold will be signed by the band. Spotify users can also “pre-save” the album directly to their Spotify account, which delivers the two previously released tracks directly into your Spotify library.

Earlier this week, Houndmouth confirmed additional tour dates in support of Golden Age. Tickets for the tour go on sale today at 10:00 A.M. local time. Included with every online ticket purchased for select dates (see # below) on Houndmouth’s upcoming tour, fans will receive a choice of either a standard physical or standard digital copy of Golden Age upon release on August 3.

To makes things even more exciting, Houndmouth’s label mates Family Of The Year, will join as very special guests on the fall dates. Their acclaimed Reprise Records album debut, Goodbye Sunshine, Hello Nighttime is available now. Produced by Greg Wells, Goodbye Sunshine, Hello Nighttime captures their knack for heartfelt, introspective storytelling and rich instrumentality, re-emerging with their most hypnotic and intimate collection of songs to date. Their breakout hit, “Hero,” has accumulated over 200 million streams since earning a prominent sync in the Academy® Award-nominated and Golden Globe® Award-winning drama, Boyhood. Goodbye Sunshine, Hello Nighttime features the standout tracks, “Let Her Go,” “Latchkey Kids,” and radio single, “Hold Me Down.” Houndmouth, along with Family Of The Year, will be one of the most exciting live parings of the year.

A full list of the band’s tour dates can be found below.

*June 14          Asbury Park, NJ          Asbury Lanes
June 15           Norfolk, VA                  The NorVa
*June 16          Baltimore, MD              Rams Head Live!
*June 17          Washington, DC          9:30 Club
*June 19          Pittsburgh, PA            Mr. Small’s
*June 21          Ithaca, NY                   The Haunt
*June 22          Clifton Park, NY          Upstate Concert Hall
*June 23          Portland, ME                Port City Music Hall
*June 24          Burlington, VT            Higher Ground
*July 05            Fayetteville, AR           JBGB Amphitheater (Free show)
*July 06            St. Louis, MO              Delmar Hall
*July 07              Arnold’s Park, IA          Arnold’s Park (Free show)
*July 08            Bloomington, IL            Castle Theater
*July 10          Kalamazoo, MI             Bell’s Beer Garden
*July 11            Columbus, OH             Newport Music Hall
July 14             Louisville, KY               Forecastle Festival
Aug 03            Chicago, IL                  Metro (Lollapalooza Aftershow)
Aug 24            Fishers, IN                  Nickel Plate District Amphitheater
Aug 26          Knoxville, TN               The Mill & Mine
Aug 28          Athens, GA                  Georgia Theatre
Aug 30          Asheville, NC               The Orange Peel
Aug 31          Charlotte, NC               Neighborhood Theatre 
+Sep 13           Morrison, CO               Red Rocks Amphitheater
Sep 15             Salt Lake City, UT       Commonwealth Room
# @ Sep 16     Missoula, MT               The Wilma
# @ Sep 17     Seattle, WA                The Showbox 
# @ Sep 19     Vancouver, BC               Commodore Ballroom
# @ Sep 20      Portland, OR                Crystal Ballroom
# @ Sep 22     San Francisco, CA      The Fillmore
# @ Sep 25     San Luis Obispo, CA   SLO Brew
# @ Sep 26     San Diego, CA              Observatory North Park
# @ Sep 28     Los Angeles, CA         El Rey
# @ Oct 02       Tucson, AZ                  The Rialto Theatre
# @ Oct 03       Santa Fe, NM              Meow Wolf
# @ Oct 05        El Paso, TX                 Lowbrow Palace 
Oct 07            Austin, TX                   ACL Festival
# @ Oct 09      Little Rock, AR            Revolution Music Room
# @ Oct 10     Nashville, TN               Marathon Music Works
# @ Oct 12     Memphis, TN               Minglewood Hall
# @ Oct 13     New Orleans, LA          Republic
 Oct 14          Austin, TX                   ACL Festival