We are very excited to announce the release of the new album from A Hope For Home, Realis.  Realis has already been getting 9 and 10 star reviews, and now it’s being featured on the front page of iTunes Rock and Metal.  We’re also looking forward to the new issue of Hopecore Magazine on Thursday with their cover story of A Hope For Home.

You can order Realis here:  http://facedown.merchnow.com/
A Hope For Home are currently on the Young and the Wreckless tour with In the Midst of Lions, Hands, and Onward to Olympas.
March 31 – Tampa, FL @ Transitions Art Gallery
April 1 – Kissimmee, FL @ Second Saturday Showcase
April 2 – Fayetteville, GA @ 11th Hour
April 3 – Madison, AL @ Cornerstone Church
April 5 – Little Rock, AR @ Vinos
April 6 – Tulsa, OK @ The Marquee
April 7 – Wichita, KS @ Eagles Lodge
April 8 – Dallas, TX @ Fat Daddy’s
April 9 – Waco, TX @ Art Ambush
April 10 – Corpus Chrsiti TX @ St. Johns United Methodist Church (5300 South Alameda)
April 11 – Wichita Falls, TX @ Broken Chains (FREE SHOW)
April 13 – Albuquerque, NM @ TBA
April 14 – Tempe, AZ @ 23 West
April 15 – Yucca Valley, CA @ Joshua Spring Calvary
April 16 – Canoga Park, CA @ Cobalt Cafe
April 17 – Rancho Cucamonga, CA @ The Nitty Gritty
April 18 – Palmdale, CA @ The Crossing
April 19 – Sebastopol, CA @ Mt Gillead
April 20 – Klamath Falls, OR @ Contemporary Artist Kitchen
April 22 – Twin Falls, ID @ River Christian Fellowship


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