“Suburba is arguably the best pop-rock album of the summer, and the music video does not disappoint.” – AbsolutePunk.net

House Of Heroes is set to release their latest effort, SUBURBA on August 3 on Gotee Records, produced by Mark Lee Townsend (Relient K, Deas Vail) and mixed by J.R. McNeely (The Almost, Paramore). Band set to kick off August tour dates. Look for House of Heroes to tour nonstop through out the late summer, fall and winter of 2010 in support of SUBURBA.

“The end result is an impressive disc that seems to beg for its own Broadway musical.”– HM

New video for track ‘God Save The Foolish Kings’ premieres today (http://www.youtube.com/ABSOLUTExclusive) along with exclusive full stream of ‘Suburba’ at http://www.absolutepunk.net/houseofheroes

“The message of the song “God Save The Foolish Kings” is to choose your battles wisely so you can lead a more productive life. We think the video director, Nathan Corrona, drove that point home with the video… the video does a great job relaying the song’s message.”
– States frontman Tim Skipper

For up-to-date information check out: thehouseofheroes.com

See them live:
8/1 St. Louis Missouri Firebird
8/3 Chicago Illinois The Beat Kitchen
8/4 Grand Rapids Michigan The Mixtape
8/6 Akron Ohio Musica
8/7 Columbus Ohio Skully’s
8/11 Richmond Virginia The Canal Club
8/14 Lewisberry Pennsylvania Purple Door Festival
8/20 Wilp – The Netherlands Flevo Festival
9/4 Albuquerque New Mexico Cliffs Amusement Park
9/5 Worthington South Dakota LifeLight Festival

www.thehouseofheroes.com

www.gotee.com

Follow them at twitter.com/HouseOfHeroes

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