Bear Hands Confirm 31-Date Us Tour With X Ambassadors

On the heels of their extensive tour with twenty one pilots, today Bear Hands confirm a 31-city tour supporting X Ambassadors. The tour will kick off on October 8 in Tucson, AZ, with shows in cities including Atlanta, Richmond, New York City, Seattle, and Los Angeles (full dates below). Tickets for all dates are on sale now and can be purchased here.

Bear Hands, comprised of vocalist Dylan Rau, bassist Val Loper, and drummer TJ Orscher,  recently released their fourth studio album Fake Tunes, a deep dive into a twisted modern era, paranoid yet hopeful, celebrity obsessed and introspective, and an unmistakable sign of troubled times. Written and recorded in the plastic warmth of Los Angeles, Fake Tunes marks an evolution for the band, whilst drawing upon newly formed collaborative relationships with producer Christopher Chu of POP ETC and outsider artist Ursula Rose. Their most auspicious release to date, Fake Tunes is available for purchase on all formats here.

Upon the release of the album, the band debuted the lyric video for “Mr. Radioactive” via Alternative Pressalongside a track-by-track guide to the album by lead singer Dylan Rau. Bear Hands have previously shared videos for the Fake Tunes tracks “Reptilians,” “Back Seat Driver (Spirit Guide),” and “Blue Lips (feat. Ursula Rose),” which Alternative Press called “another highlight for the long-running outfit of Rau, bassist Val Loper and drummer TJ Orscher.”

Fake Tunes finds Bear Hands exploring new sounds and new themes with fresh wit and vulnerability, and is anchored by Rau’s sharp, incisive songwriting, tackling the challenges of relationships, dependence, acceptance, and uncertainty.

Fake Tunes Track Listing

1 Blue Lips (feat. Ursula Rose)

2 Mr. Radioactive

3 Friends in High Places

4 Back Seat Driver (Spirit Guide)

5 Reptilians

6 Ignoring the Truth

7 Clean Up California

8 Exes

9 Pill Hill

10 Blame

11 Confessions (feat. Ursula Rose)

Bear Hands Tour With X Ambassadors

October 8 /// Tucson, AZ /// Rialto Theatre

October 9 /// Albuquerque, NM /// Historic El Rey Theater

October 11 /// Denver, CO /// Mission Ballroom

October 12 /// Kansas City, MO /// Arvest Bank Theater at the Midland

October 13 /// Oklahoma City, OK /// The Jones Assembly

October 15 /// Dallas, TX /// House of Blues

October 16 /// Houston, TX /// House of Blues

October 18 /// Atlanta, GA /// Tabernacle

October 19 /// New Orleans, LA /// The Fillmore

October 20 /// Birmingham, AL /// Iron City

October 22 /// Lake Buena Vista, FL /// House Of Blues

October 23 /// Fort Lauderdale, FL /// Revolution

October 25 /// Charlotte, NC /// The Fillmore

October 26 /// Richmond, VA /// The National

October 27 /// Norfolk, VA /// The Norva

October 29 /// Washington D.C. /// Lincoln Theatre

October 30 /// New York, NY /// Terminal 5

November 1 /// Portland, ME /// State Theatre

November 2 /// Philadelphia, PA /// Franklin Music Hall

November 5 /// Cleveland, OH /// House of Blues

November 6 /// Detroit, MI /// The Fillmore Detroit

November 8 /// Grand Rapids, MI /// 20 Monroe Live

November 9 /// Indianapolis, IN /// Egyptian Room at Old National Centre

November 10 /// Nashville, TN /// Marathon Music Works

November 12 /// Omaha, NE /// Sokol Auditorium

November 15 /// Portland, OR /// Crystal Ballroom

November 16 /// Boise, ID /// Knitting Factory Boise

November 17 /// Seattle, WA /// Showbox SoDo

November 19 /// San Francisco, CA /// Warfield Theater

November 20 /// Los Angeles, CA /// Palladium

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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