Minnesota champions Household just released their newest album, Time Spent, and, to accompany the release, they’re releasing a music video for the first single, “Sway.” The album dropped on Sept. 25 from Blood and Ink Records.

The album is available for stream below, but you can support the band by purchasing the work through Blood and Ink’s store. The quintet is heading out on tour to support the release; check out the dates below.

09/26 – Chicago, IL @ Mt. Happy
09/27 – Indianapolis, IN @ The Hoosier Dome
09/28 – Nashville, TN @ Exponent Manor
09/29 – Birmingham, AL @ The Hive
09/30 – Albany, GA @ Oglethorpe Lounge
10/01 – Panama City, FL @ The A&M Theatre
10/02 – Tampa, FL @ Mojo Books and records
10/03 – West Palm Beach, FL @ Absent Hearts Studios
10/04 – Winter Haven, FL @ Jessie’s Lounge
10/06 – Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
10/07 – Boone, NC @ West King Basement
10/08 – Apex, NC @ Apex Masonic Lodge
10/09 – Baltimore, MD @ Halethorpe Community Church
10/11 – West Chester, PA @ Fenarrio’s
10/12 – Clifton, NJ @ Dingbatz
10/14 – Hamden, CT @ The Space
10/16 – Holyoke, MA @ The Waterfront
10/17 – Rochester, NY @ Vineyard Community Space

Household release tour

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