Shadow of Whales are no strangers to Infectious. Their brand of insanely catchy indie pop/rock, positive vibes, and unbridled connection to their fans make them sort of unforgettable.
“We want people to know that they’re not alone.” says singer, Josh Flores. “Our hope — our dream — is that people will hear our music and feel empowered and encouraged to be who they are and live their best life.”
Now, the band is releasing a brand new EP titled What We Do which drops on August 14th. The EP will be followed by a short midwest tour that runs August 17th-August 31st.
Shadow of Whales made their debut appearance at the Austin Convention Center in 2013 in front of thousands of people for DellWorld; this act brought them to appear on TV only weeks later on KTBC – FOX 7. The band’s last album, which charted on CMJ Top 200 and was in rotation at Starbucks Coffee Shops in the U.S and Canada, was released in 2014; SOW has been working, tweaking and teasing new releases ever since through social media and their Patreon page.
Check out the tour dates and official tour announcement video below.
August 17th – Austin, TX – Grizzly Hall
August 21st – Houston, TX – Super Happy Fun Land
August 23rd – Dallas, TX – Curtain Club
August 24th – Tulsa, OK – The Culture Lab
August 25th – Kansas City, MO – Prohibition Hall
August 26th – St. Louis, MO – Utopia Studios in STL
August 27th – Chicago, IL – Elbo Room
August 29th – Indianapolis, IN – Hoosier Dome
August 30th – Memphis, TN – Hi Tone
August 31st – New Orleans, LA – Dragon’s Den
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