After a successful tour supporting On And On and Electric Guest as part of the Red Bull Sound Select tour, Los Angeles-based indie rock band Hands are excited to get back on the road again this fall. In November, the band will be supporting A Silent Film on their upcoming tour. Hands will be playing shows in support of their debut full-length album, Synesthesia, out now on Kill Rock Stars.
A relative newcomer to the LA scene, Hands began as a two-piece from Philadelphia before Halliday and Sweeney headed west and added the low and thump of Hess and Staniloff. The band made a mark on the scene immediately, quickly playing packed shows across the country including stops atSXSW, CMJ, Deluna Fest and Los Angeles' Echo Park Rising. Hands' ability to win over fans with their feverish live show and dance-party-ready sound has already earned them opening spots for the likes of Deerhoof, DeVotchKa, Foster the People, WAVVES, Geographer, White Arrows, Maps and Atlases and Kimbra as well as playing shows to sold out crowds at venues across LA.
Hands Tour Dates
11.02 - Austin, TX @ The Parish *
11.03 - Dallas, TX @ The Kessler Theater *
11.04 - El Paso, TX @ Lowbrow Palace *
11.06 - Santa Ana, CA @ Constellation Room *
11.09 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The State Room *
11.10 - Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre *
11.11 - Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep *
11.13 - Evanston, IL @ Evanston SPACE *
11.14 - Pittsburgh, PA @ The Altar Bar *
11.15 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer *
11.20 - Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg *
11.21 - Vienna, VA @ Jammin Java *
11.23 - Charlotte, NC @ Neighborhood Theater *
* with A Silent Film
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