Due to popular demand, The Happy Fits have expanded their What Could Be Better 2021 headlining tour with a string of new dates this fall in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Columbus along with upgrading 5 showsto larger venues.
Originally set to begin in early November, the tour will now kick off on October 24 in Baltimore and see the band hitting major cities across the country with sold out nights in New York, Columbus, Chicago, and Los Angeles before closing out the run December 15 in Washington, DC. Tickets for the What Could Be Bettertour are on sale now on The Happy Fits’ website. Full routing below.
Alongside the announcement of expanded dates, the orchestral tinged indie-pop trio have released an action-packed, pickleball themed music video for “Get a Job” — CLICK HERE to watch. Facing the repetitiveness of their drab 9 to 5 existence, the band – Calvin Langman, Ross Monteith, and Luke Davis – decide to enter Langman in an area pickleball tournament. Competing against a cast of quirky pickleball contestants, our hero goes full Rocky Balboa on his foes to achieve the “eye of the tiger” win.
Built on the desire to connect with a world that’s sometimes distant, What Could Be Better is a mission statement that’s meant to be shared, channeling youthful malaise into songs like “Get A Job” as well as “The Garden,” “Sailing,” “Two of Many,” and “Hold Me Down” that demand to be sung as a celebration of our collective ability to overcoming the obstacles, barriers and hurdles we all maneuver in our effort to level up morally and emotionally.