The Rocket Summer

New song NOT RIGHT
(the final of the Life Will Write The Words B-Sides Single series)
is OUT DAY!

Pick up all three tracks here:

And don’t miss THE ROCKET SUMMER on tour this spring:

TWLOHA’s Heavy & Light Tour (Bryce Acoustic):
Feb 1 -Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
Feb 2 – Denver, CO @ Gothic Theatre
Feb 4 – Houston, TX @ House of Blues Houston
Feb 5 – Dallas, TX @ House of Blues Dallas
Feb 6 – New Orleans, LA @ House of Blues
Feb 8 – Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom
Feb 9 – Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrews Hall
Feb 10 – Chicago, IL @ House of Blues Chicago

THE ROCKET SUMMER Headlining Tour
Mar-20 Orlando, FLThe Social
Mar-21 Atlanta, GAThe Masquerade
Mar-22 Charlotte, NCThe Casbah
Mar-24 Teaneck, NJMexicali Live
Mar-26 New York, NYHighline Ballroom
Mar-27 Boston, MABrighton Music Hall
Mar-29 Toronto, ONVirgin Mobile Club
Mar-30 Rochester, NYWater St Music Hall
Mar-31 Cleveland, OHPeabody’s
Apr-7 Boise, IDThe Venue
Apr-9 Seattle, WAEl Corazon
Apr-10 Portland, ORHawthorne Theater
Apr-11 Sacramento, CAAce of Spades
Apr-12 San Francisco, CADNA Lounge
Apr-13 Anaheim, CAChain Reaction
Apr-15 Las Vegas, NVHard Rock Cafe (on the strip)
Apr-17 Scottsdale, AZMartini Ranch
Apr-19 Austin, TXStubb’s

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