Fresh off of announcing a brand-new album entitled Bury Me In Philly, Dave Hause has announced that he will do a small run of U.S. club dates to coincide with the album’s February 3rd release. The tour will have Hause hitting a handful of major cities including Los Angeles, New York, and of course, Philadelphia.
Bury Me In Philly is the third full length album from Dave Hause, and was co-produced by Eric Bazilian, the guitar player and songwriter/vocalist for Philadelphia band The Hooters, who Hause calls, “a childhood local hero,” along with William Wittman, producer & engineer of albums by Mick Jagger, Cyndi Lauper, and countless others artists.
Recently, Dave Hause partnered with Noisey to premiere the first track, “With You”, off the upcoming album, which can be streamed below. The outlet says the track has “a ripping guitar solo, relatable lyrics and a hook so sharp that Hause’s fellow troubadour Chuck Ragan could catch a walleye on it.”
Hause has received praise from Esquire, Rolling Stone, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal, the latter of whom referred to the front man’s songs as, “gritty…frank and catchy”. Additionally, WXPN called his previous album, Devour, “a highly realized piece of songwriting, both musically and thematically”.
In addition to his music receiving such positive feedback on his albums, Hause also has an extensive touring history, and has shared the stage with such notable acts including Hot Water Music, The Gaslight Anthem, Alkaline Trio, and most recently, Bad Religion and Against Me! this past October. Additionally, the singer has performed at countless festivals including Reading/Leeds, Pukkelpop, Hurricane and Southside.
Full tour dates and additional information can be found below. To preorder Bury Me In Philly, please visit davehause.merchnow.com.
Confirmed US Tour Dates:
February 2 – Los Angeles, CA – Redwood
February 3 – San Francisco, CA – The Parkside
February 22 – Philadelphia, PA – Boot & Saddle
February 23 – New York, NY – Berlin
February 24 – Cambridge, MA – Middle East
February 25 – Garwood, NJ – Crossroads