Today, Thrice released a new music video for the anthemic “Hold Up a Light” from the album Palms, available now. The album, the tenth studio album from the Irvine, CA-based band, came out in September 2018.

“In this age of upheaval and division, my hope is that the youth will manifest the courage and love necessary to hold up a light and illuminate a new path forward, to embody a better story than the one that perpetuates fear and violence.”

Thrice vocalist Dustin Kensrue

The band will be on tour with Bring Me the Horizon beginning in late January. Dates are below.

  • Jan 23 Nashville, TN – Municipal Auditorium
  • Jan 25 Orlando, FL –  CFE Arena
  • Jan 26 Atlanta, GA –  Coca-Cola Roxy
  • Jan 28 Fairfax, VA – EagleBank Arena
  • Jan 29 New York, NY- Hammerstein Ballroom
  • Jan 30 New York, NY – Hammerstein Ballroom
  • Jan 31 Clifton Park, NY – Upstate Concert Hall (Thrice headline)
  • Feb 1 Boston, MA- Tsongas Center
  • Feb 2 Montreal, QC – Place Bell
  • Feb 4 Detroit, MI – Fillmore Detroit
  • Feb 5 Chicago, IL – Aragon Ballroom
  • Feb 6 Minneapolis, MN – Armory
  • Feb 8 Dallas, TX – South Side Ballroom
  • Feb 9 Houston, TX – Revention Music Center
  • Feb 11 Denver, CO – The Fillmore Auditorium
  • Feb 13 Los Angeles, CA – The Forum
  • Feb 15 Phoenix, AZ – Comerica Theatre
  • Feb 16 Las Vegas, NV – The Joint

Thrice photo by Dan Monick

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