Welshly Arms Premieres “Sanctuary” Video + To Embark On North American Headlining Tour This Fall

Cleveland-based, blues and gospel-influenced Alternative band Welshly Arms debuts the video for their single, “Sanctuary,” today—watch and share here. It was directed by Los Angeles-based director Dan Henry and shot in the desert near Acton, CA.

Of the video, frontman Sam Getz says, “We wrote ‘Sanctuary’ about finding your peace and safe place in someone you love and being that comfort for someone else. The video has a feeling of uncertainty and discomfort with the ominous light following everyone around, but in the end they’re able to turn it around and return to their peace. It represents the craziness of the world we are living in right now and how important it is that we all find our sanctuary.”

In addition to supporting Thirty Seconds To Mars on tour and performing at various festivals this summer, Welshly Arms will embark on their first-ever full-length North American tour this fall. Stops include Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NY, Union Stage in Washington, DC, The Foundry at Fillmore in Philadelphia, PA, Exit/In in Nashville, TN and more. See the full list of dates below. Tickets are available now via WelshlyArms.com.

“Sanctuary” is taken from Welshly Arms’ debut album, No Place Is Home, out now via Republic RecordsNo Place Is Home also features previously-released singles, “Down To The River” and “Indestructible.”

Since 2013, Welshly Arms have canvased nearly every corner of the globe spurned along by a bevy of seismic and show-stopping songs. Their 2017 EP, Legendary, boasted the ubiquitous title track, “Legendary.” To date, it has earned gold certifications in Germany and Switzerland, cracked over 51 million Spotify streams in under two years, received 1.5 million Shazams and soared to Top 15 at Alternative Radio. Meanwhile, the group’s tracks have piped through campaigns for Miller, Hulu, NFL, Indian Motorcycles and Beck’s Beer, while “Hold On I’m Coming” roared over the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Academy Award-winning The Hateful Eight. Additionally, they lit up the stage at Jimmy Kimmel Live!.



June 27                       United Way’s Heroes Unite                            Cleveland, OH
June 30                       Summerfest                                                    Milwaukee, WI
July 3                           Oak Mountain Amphitheatre                           Pelham, AL*
July 6                           The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion             The Woodlands, TX*
July 7                           Austin360 Amphitheater                                 Austin, TX*
July 8                           The Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion          Rogers, AR*
July 9                           Hollywood Casino Amphitheater                    Saint Louis, MO*
July 11                         The Starplex Pavilion                                      Dallas, TX*
July 12                         The Zoo Amphitheater                                    Oklahoma City, OK*
July 14                         Usana Amphitheatre                                       West Valley City, UT*
July 15                         Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre                        Englewood, CO*
July 18                         Shoreline Amphitheatre                                  Mountain View, CA*
July 19                         The Forum                                                      Los Angeles, CA*
July 21                         Mattress Firm Amphitheatre                           San Diego, CA*
July 22                         Ak-Chin Pavilion                                             Phoenix, AZ*
August 1                      Ohio Expo Center & State Fair                       Columbus, OH
August 2                      RiversEdge Amphitheater                              Hamilton, OH
August 3                      Lollapalooza                                                    Chicago, IL
August 15                    Amfiteatr Wck – Park Sowinskiego                Warszawa, Poland
August 17                    Open Air Gampel                                            Gampel-Bratsch, Switzerland
August 18                    Pukkelpop                                                       ‘T Hasselt, Belgium
August 19                    Ms Dockville                                                   Hamburg-Nord, Germany
August 20                    Zeltfestival Ruhr                                              Bochum, Germany
August 22                    Melkweg                                                         Amsterdam, Netherlands
August 24                    Leeds Festival                                                 Leeds, UK
August 26                    Reading Festival                                             Reading, UK
September 21             Life Is Beautiful Festival                                  Las Vegas, NV
September 25             Record Bar                                                      Kansas City, MO
September 26             7th Street Entry                                                Minneapolis, MN
September 28             Saint Andrew’s Hall                                        Detroit, MI
September 30             HI-FI                                                                Indianapolis, IN
October 2                    Higher Ground                                                South Burlington, VT
October 3                    Brighton Music Hall                                         Allston, MA
October 4                    Music Hall of Williamsburg                             Brooklyn, NY
October 6                    The Foundry at Fillmore                                 Philadelphia, PA
October 7                    Union Stage                                                    Washington, DC
October 9                    Visulite Theatre                                               Charlotte, NC
October 10                  Exit/In                                                              Nashville, TN
October 12                  Vinyl ATL                                                        Atlanta, GA
October 13                  House of Blues                                               New Orleans, LA
November 2                Zoom Frankfurt                                               Frankfurt, Germany
November 3                Mascotte                                                         Zurich, Switzerland
November 4                Strom                                                              Munich, Germany
November 5                Bi Nuu                                                             Berlin, Germany
November 8                Futurum                                                          Prague, Czech Republic
November 9                Grelle Forelle                                                  Vienna, Austria
November 12              Gloria Theater                                                 Cologne, Germany
November 15              The Dome, Tufnell Park                                 London, UK
* Supporting Thirty Seconds To Mars


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