Suburba, shows off what the masses have been missing: catchy pop songs with well-written lyrics. songs remain full of power while retaining the delicate touch of songwriting craftsmanship, Suburba showcases House Of Heroes’ strengths and should be garnering them new fans; if not, they’ll just keep being one of music’s hidden gems..”

–Alternative Press

Gotee Records band House of Heroes recent release Suburba is available this week at Itunes for the low price of $5.99 also this week at Itunes the track “God Save the Foolish Kings” will be the free Discovery Download from October 5 – October 11.

SUBURBA produced by Mark Lee Townsend (Relient K, Deas Vail) and mixed by J.R. McNeely (The Almost, Paramore) is out now as the band looks forward to an October/November tour with Classic Crime, Abandon Kansas and Fight the Current deemed The Suburba(n) Vagabonds Tour.

The music video for “God Save the Foolish Kings” has just been added to Music Choice, the largest On Demand service, reaching 42+ million subscribers.

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The band has also recently garnered some attention at Christian radio with the single “Constant” which is currently at #26 it’s 2nd week on the CHR chart.”

See them live:

With Classic Crime/Abandon Kansas/Fight the Current

10/21            The Black Sheep                          Colorado Springs CO

10/23            Eastern Hills Baptist Church            Albuquerque, NM

10/24            First Baptist Church Scottsdale       Scottsdale, AZ

10/25            Event Center                               Victorville, CA

10/28            Epic Ventura                               Ventura, CA

10/30            Live @ the Chapel                        Reedley, CA

11/2             The Axiom                                  Oroville, CA

11/4             Revolution                                  Ashland, OR

11/6             The Revolution Room                    Camas, WA

11/7             Showbox SoDo                            Seattle, WA

11/9             The Venue                                  Boise, ID

11/11            The Marquis Theater                     Denver, CO

11/13            Rock Island Live                           Wichita, KS


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