My Heart to Fear and The Order of Elijah have announced The Years Gone By Tour, in which they will be accompanied by Upon a Broken Throne. Dan Pugh, guitarist for My Heart to Fear, spoke about the upcoming tour:

“The Years Gone By Tour means a lot to us for a couple reasons. One, the transition from our EP to our full length coming out this fall; and, two, we are extremely excited to jam with our labelmates in The Order of Elijah and Upon a Broken Throne. Come hang out and get some sweaty hugs at a date near you.”

Dates

  • 8/3 – Warren, MI – The Ritz
  • 8/5 – Williamsport, PA – Secret House Show
  • 8/6 – Frederick, VA – Lalo’s Pizza
  • 8/8 – Memphis, TN – Hi-Tone Cafe
  • 8/9 – Louisville, KY – Spinelli’s Downtown
  • 8/10 – Bedford, IN – Eagle’s Basement
  • 8/11 – Des Moines, IA – Lefty’s
  • 8/13 – Dekalb, IL – The House Cafe

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