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    Bear Hands Announce Headlining Tour with Mercy Lounge Show

    Indie rock band Bear Hands are hitting the road for a 31-date headlining run. Their tour includes a stop at Nashville’s Mercy Lounge on April 7 with supporting act Irontom.

    The band, comprised of vocalist Dylan Rau, bassist Val Loper and drummer TJ Orscher, just released their fourth studio album, Fake Tunes. The record is a “deep dive into a twisted modern era, paranoid yet hopeful, celebrity-obsessed and introspective, an unmistakable sign of troubled times.”

    Fake Tunes is an evolution for the band. For this album, they left the tri-state area to write and record in sunny LA. They relied on new relationships with producer Christopher Chu of POP ETC and artist Ursula Rose to also aide in the making of this record. It’s been called their best to date.

    Now they’re celebrating that evolution with a 31-date headlining tour, which kicks off March 4. The band stops at Mercy Lounge on April 7 before wrapping on April 12 in Boston. Tickets for the tour, and the Nashville date, are on sale now.

    Bear Hands 2020 Tour Dates:

    Mar 04 /// Portland, ME /// Port City Music Hall
    Mar 05 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Underground Arts
    Mar 06 /// Pittsburgh, PA /// Club AE
    Mar 07 /// Buffalo, NY /// Mohawk Place
    Mar 08 /// Cleveland, OH /// Grog Shop
    Mar 10 /// Cincinnati, OH /// Riverfront Live
    Mar 11 /// Detroit, MI /// The Shelter
    Mar 12 /// Chicago, IL /// Subterranean
    Mar 13 /// St. Louis, MO /// Off Broadway
    Mar 14 /// Lawrence, KS /// The Bottleneck
    Mar 15 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Fine Line
    Mar 17 /// Denver, CO /// Globe Hall
    Mar 18 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// The Urban Lounge
    Mar 20 /// Seattle, WA /// Tractor Tavern
    Mar 21 /// Portland, OR /// Doug Fir Lounge
    Mar 23 /// Sacramento, CA /// Holy Diver
    Mar 24 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Independent
    Mar 25 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Roxy
    Mar 27 /// San Diego, CA /// Soda Bar
    Mar 28 /// Scottsdale, AZ /// Pub Rock Live
    Mar 30 /// Dallas, TX /// The Cambridge Room at House of Blues
    Mar 31 /// Austin, TX /// The Parish
    Apr 01 /// Houston, TX /// The Studio at Warehouse Live
    Apr 03 /// Orlando, FL /// The Social
    Apr 04 /// Jacksonville, FL /// Jack Rabbits
    Apr 05 /// Atlanta, GA /// Masquerade (Hell)
    Apr 07 /// Nashville, TN /// Mercy Lounge
    Apr 08 /// Charlotte, NC /// Neighborhood Theatre
    Apr 10 /// Washington D.C. /// U Street Music Hall
    Apr 11 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Rough Trade
    Apr 12 /// Boston, MA /// The Sinclair

    Although Nashville Noise takes our music recommendations very seriously, we may make a commission through our affiliate links. This is at no extra cost to you.

    Indie rock band Bear Hands are hitting the road for a 31-date headlining run. Their tour includes a stop at Nashville's Mercy Lounge on April 7 with supporting act Irontom.

    The band, comprised of vocalist Dylan Rau, bassist Val Loper and drummer TJ Orscher, just released their fourth studio album, Fake Tunes. The record is a “deep dive into a twisted modern era, paranoid yet hopeful, celebrity-obsessed and introspective, an unmistakable sign of troubled times.”

    Fake Tunes is an evolution for the band. For this album, they left the tri-state area to write and record in sunny LA. They relied on new relationships with producer Christopher Chu of POP ETC and artist Ursula Rose to also aide in the making of this record. It’s been called their best to date.

    Now they're celebrating that evolution with a 31-date headlining tour, which kicks off March 4. The band stops at Mercy Lounge on April 7 before wrapping on April 12 in Boston. Tickets for the tour, and the Nashville date, are on sale now.

    Bear Hands 2020 Tour Dates:

    Mar 04 /// Portland, ME /// Port City Music Hall
    Mar 05 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Underground Arts
    Mar 06 /// Pittsburgh, PA /// Club AE
    Mar 07 /// Buffalo, NY /// Mohawk Place
    Mar 08 /// Cleveland, OH /// Grog Shop
    Mar 10 /// Cincinnati, OH /// Riverfront Live
    Mar 11 /// Detroit, MI /// The Shelter
    Mar 12 /// Chicago, IL /// Subterranean
    Mar 13 /// St. Louis, MO /// Off Broadway
    Mar 14 /// Lawrence, KS /// The Bottleneck
    Mar 15 /// Minneapolis, MN /// Fine Line
    Mar 17 /// Denver, CO /// Globe Hall
    Mar 18 /// Salt Lake City, UT /// The Urban Lounge
    Mar 20 /// Seattle, WA /// Tractor Tavern
    Mar 21 /// Portland, OR /// Doug Fir Lounge
    Mar 23 /// Sacramento, CA /// Holy Diver
    Mar 24 /// San Francisco, CA /// The Independent
    Mar 25 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Roxy
    Mar 27 /// San Diego, CA /// Soda Bar
    Mar 28 /// Scottsdale, AZ /// Pub Rock Live
    Mar 30 /// Dallas, TX /// The Cambridge Room at House of Blues
    Mar 31 /// Austin, TX /// The Parish
    Apr 01 /// Houston, TX /// The Studio at Warehouse Live
    Apr 03 /// Orlando, FL /// The Social
    Apr 04 /// Jacksonville, FL /// Jack Rabbits
    Apr 05 /// Atlanta, GA /// Masquerade (Hell)
    Apr 07 /// Nashville, TN /// Mercy Lounge
    Apr 08 /// Charlotte, NC /// Neighborhood Theatre
    Apr 10 /// Washington D.C. /// U Street Music Hall
    Apr 11 /// Brooklyn, NY /// Rough Trade
    Apr 12 /// Boston, MA /// The Sinclair

    Although Nashville Noise takes our music recommendations very seriously, we may make a commission through our affiliate links. This is at no extra cost to you.

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