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AMID GYRATIONS, PIROUETTES, AND TWIRLS – HEDLEY LOSE CONTROL

Multiplatinum Canadian pop phenoms Hedley have revealed the video https://hedley.lnk.to/lcvideoEm for Lose Control, the second single from their gold-selling, #1-debuting album Hello, released last November via Universal Music Canada the country’s leading music company. Lose Control follows from the chart-topping, platinum-selling success of the title-track single from their sixth studio album.

Hello was recorded in Los Angeles and Vancouver and also sees frontman Jacob Hoggard adding to his resume with album writing, producing, and creative direction credits.  The album features classic Hedley pop gems along with adventurous new sounds. Hedley’s previous full-length album, 2013’s Wild Life, is double platinum and boasts over ten million online streams, buoyed by the some of the band’s biggest hits: Anything, Crazy For You, and Heaven In Our Headlights, which earned them the distinction of being the most played artist on Canadian radio in 2014.

Hedley begins their cross-Canada #HelloWorld tour on April 7, from St. John’s. Boosted by the band’s most colossal and innovative production to date, the 28-date journey concludes May 20 in Hedley’s hometown of Vancouver. Joining them on the Trans-Canada Highway will be very special guests Carly Rae Jepsen and Francesco Yates. Get tickets and details at hedleyonline.com/tour. With a million albums and four million singles sold, Hedley can also boast over 60 million Vevo video views, 11 MuchMusic Video Awards and three SOCAN Song of the Year awards. The two-time JUNO award winning band is nominated this year in the Group of the Year and Pop Album of the Year categories.

hedleyonline.com

#HelloWorld Canadian Tour Dates

Apr 07   St. John’s, NL   Mile One Stadium

Apr 08   St. John’s, NL   Mile One Stadium

Apr 11   Moncton, NB   Moncton Coliseum

Apr 12   Halifax, NS   Scotiabank Centre

Apr 14   Kingston, ON   Rogers K-Rock Centre

Apr 15   Peterborough, ON   Memorial Centre

Apr 16   Hamilton, ON   FirstOntario Centre

Apr 18   Barrie, ON   Molson Centre

Apr 19   Oshawa, ON   General Motors Centre

Apr 20   London, ON   Budweiser Gardens

Apr 22   Montreal, QC   Bell Centre

Apr 23   Ottawa, ON   Canadian Tire Centre

Apr 24   Sudbury, ON   Sudbury Arena

Apr 26   Windsor, ON   Family Credit Union Centre

Apr 27   Kitchener, ON   Memorial Auditorium

Apr 29   Toronto, ON   Air Canada Centre

May 05   Saskatoon, SK   SaskTel Centre

May 06   Regina, SK   Brandt Centre

May 07   Winnipeg, MB   MTS Centre

May 09   Medicine Hat, AB   Canalta Centre

May 10   Lethbridge, AB   NMAX Centre

May 12  Dawson Creek, BC   EnCana Events Centre

May 13   Calgary, AB   Scotiabank Saddledome

May 14   Edmonton, AB   Rexall Place

May 16   Prince George, BC   CN Centre

May 17   Kelowna, BC   Prospera Place

May 19   Victoria, BC   Save On Foods Memorial Centre

May 20   Vancouver, BC   Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena

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