Gotee Records band House of Heroes recent release SUBURBA produced by Mark Lee Townsend (Relient K, Deas Vail) and mixed by J.R. McNeely (The Almost, Paramore) has a exciting first week with 7,646 units sold and entering the Billboard’s Top 200 at #48 and Billboard’s Digital chart at #8.

“We’re blown away by the support Suburba has received from critics and especially our fans!  It really feels like we’ve got a lot of people in our corner this time around and a lot of people pulling for us to be successful with this release.  There is a cool kinship we feel with the fans.  Like we both have ownership over this thing, and that makes us feel responsible to work even harder to be on the road a lot and be a better band every day” – States frontman Tim Skipper

Suburba harkens back to days when music was wide eyed and meant a whole lot more.  Think classic Bruce Springsteen and Tom Petty, The Who, E.L.O. with a touch of Meatloaf.  Broad and anthemic at certain moments, yet vulnerable and intimate at others.

“Huge, exhilarating and fanciful, the album is a clear-cut favorite for end of the year lists, a true stud and stalwart; an instant album of the year candidate.”
– Indievision

See the video for “God Save The Foolish Kings” here:

House Of Heroes is set to hit the road on the Monster Monster Tour with The Almost, Chasen and Between the Trees, dates kicks off on September 14.

9/14             Lakewood Christian Center             Montgomery, AL
9/15             Sector 7G                                   Hephzibah, GA
9/16             Marathon Church                         Greenville, SC
9/17             Club Relevant                              Virginia Beach, VA
9/18             Shippensburg Fairgrounds              Shippensburg, PA
9/19             Mountain Oak Fellowship                Mitchelleville, MD
9/20             Blue Violet Café                           Rochester, PA
9/21             James R Cox   Auditorium               Knoxville, TN
9/25             Kruse International Park                Auburn, IN
9/30              Murray Hill Theater                       Jacksonville, FL
10/1             Ground Control                            W. Palm Beach, FL
10/2             H20 Live!                                    Orlando, FL <> <>


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