Minneapolis-band Household unleashed the music video for “Reservoir,” off their debut EP, set to release later this year after the band inked a deal with Blood and Ink. Household is a young, talented, five-piece band and the members are taking a passionate approach on punk/hardcore as they seek to create their own mixture of modern, melodic hardcore.

Household is going on a summer tour, which begins tomorrow. The band will be playing HM Stages at both Audiofeed and Sonshine Festivals. Dates below!

  • Jun 7 – Farmington, MN @ House Show
  • Jun 18 –  Minneapolis, MN @ The Household
  • Jun 20 –  Champlin, MN @ House Show
  • Jun 21 –  Alexandria, MN @ the YFC
  • Jul 2 –  New London, IA @ The Filling Station
  • Jul 4 –  Urbana, IL @ Audiofeed
  • Jul 8 –  Galesburg, IL @ The Beanhive
  • Jul 10 –  Rockford, IL @ Frontline
  • Jul 13 – Grand Rapids, MN @ Pierced Fest
  • Jul 15 –  Moundsview, MN @ The North Star Room
  • Jul 16 –  Willmar, MN @ Sonburnt Fest
  • Jul 18 –  Wilmar, MN @ Sonshine Fest

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