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Bear Hands have confirmed their 31-date tour of the United States.

Bear Hands have confirmed their 31-date tour of the United States. The band toured extensively in 2019 with twenty one pilots, Foals, and X Ambassadors, and on their headlining tour Bear Hands will perform in cities including Chicago, Austin, Atlanta, Portland, and New York City. IRONTOM­­­ are confirmed as support on all dates. Bear Hands, comprised of vocalist Dylan Rau, bassist Val Loper, and drummer TJ Orscher, recently released their fourth studio album Fake Tunes, a deep dive into a twisted modern era, paranoid yet hopeful, celebrity obsessed and introspective, and an unmistakable sign of troubled times. Written and recorded in the plastic warmth of Los Angeles, Fake Tunes marks an evolution for the band, whilst drawing upon newly formed collaborative relationships with producer Christopher Chu of POP ETC and outsider artist Ursula Rose. Their most auspicious release to date, Fake Tunes is available for purchase on all formats here. From the “metronomic electro-pop” (New York Times) of album opener “Blue Lips (feat. Ursula Rose),” a song about listening to someone’s problems over and over until it drains you completely, to the dreamy lilt of “Clean Up California,” a song about finding salvation (or not) across state lines, Fake Tunes traces the anxiety of life and love in America today. The album’s 11 tracks veer from the meaty, rhythmic indie anthems the band cut its teeth on to digitally-infused numbers that swerve across stylistic lanes. The result is a fitting statement of what a band can be—and the expectations it can defy. “It feels like this record is grateful,” Loper says. “We feel lucky to be here, to have the chance to keep making music together. It feels lighter. The songs are shorter, they’re pretty poppy, and they’re to the point. And that’s where our music is most impactful.” Bear Hands 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