Knox Hamilton have partnered with Highlight Magazine to premiere “Pretty Way To Fight.” The third single from The Heights, which is set for release March 10th, 2017 on Prospect Park Records, follows “Washed Up Together,” which gathered 1 million streams on both YouTube and Spotify, and the synth-based, atmospheric cover of the 1968 release by The Association, “Never My Love.”

CLICK HERE to listen to “Pretty Way To Fight.”

The band will support the release of The Heights, which the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette called “an album of arena-ready, pop-rock reminiscent of bands such as Coldplay and Vampire Weekend, loaded with sugary bombast, and perfect for fist pumping singalongs,” through a series of tour dates with Colony House and a stop at SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Dates in full can be found below.

3/11                      Rev Room                                           Little Rock, AR

3/14-3/18            SXSW #                                                Austin, TX

3/19                      House of Blues                                  Houston, TX

3/20                      Club Dada                                           Dallas, TX

3/23                      Valley Bar                                            Phoenix, AZ

3/24                      House of Blues                                   San Diego, CA

3/25                      Troubadour                                        West Hollywood, CA

3/26                      Tank Farm Store^                              Huntington Beach, CA

3/27                      Constellation Room                          Santa Ana, CA

3/28                      The Chapel                                         San Francisco, CA

3/30                      Doug Fir Lounge                               Portland, OR

3/31                      The Crocodile                                    Seattle, WA

4/01                      Biltmore Cabaret                              Vancouver, CAN

4/04                      Kilby Court                                          Salt Lake City, UT

4/07                      Black Sheep                                        Colorado Springs, CO

4/08                      Riot Room                                           Kansas City, MO

4/09                      The Vanguard                                     Tulsa, OK

4/11                      George’s Majestic Lounge                Fayetteville, AR

4/12                      The Hi Tone Café                                Memphis, TN

4/13                       Revelry Room                                      Chattanooga, TN

4/14                       Vinyl                                                      Atlanta, GA

6/10                       Laurel School’s Butler Campus #      Novelty, OH

6/11                       Laurel School’s Butler Campus #       Novelty, OH

# No Colony House

^ Album signing in Pacific City Outdoor Mall

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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