Photo by: Brooks Reynolds
Hamilton’s THE REASON announce new Fall tour dates with Denmark buzz band Thee Attacks this November.
The Reason recently released their new single “Those Days Are Dead” following a highly successful summer where they played numerous festivals across Canada and opened for the likes of The Headstones, Big Wreck and The Tragically Hip.
Throughout the Fall, the band will be writing and recording their next follow-up to their most recent EP Hollow Tree. The Reason will also be readying their Pledge Music funded documentary for release this Fall, featuring footage from their Canada-wide house party train tour that filmed earlier this year. The documentary includes footage from house parties hosted by numerous Canadian radio stations featuring The Reason performing private house parties for 20 of their fans. The band was overwhelmed by the influx of donations, which far-surpassed their expectations. To support the release of the documentary and get information on all of the pledge perks, please visit: http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/thereason.
In the decade that The Reason has been a band, they have managed to build a longstanding and loyal fanbase, who have supported the band through five studio releases. Throughout their career and various incantations, the band has achieved nationwide radio success, received several award nominations and critical acclaim. The band’s last album, 2010s Fools, amassed an impressive amount of accolades in the months following its release. The band toured with Arkells and Hollerado and the single “The Longest Highway Home” hit the Top 5 on the Billboard Canadian Rock charts. The album was also awarded both the Rock Album of the Year and People’s Choice Album of the Year at the 2010 Hamilton Music Awards
The tour with Thee Attacks will see The Reason headlining shows starting in Kitchener, ON and taking them west across Canada, ending in Vancouver, BC. For more details and updates, check back at http://www.thereasonmusic.com/
THE REASON FALL Tour Dates w/Thee Attacks
11.15 – Cambridge, ON @ The Hopper
11.16 – Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall
11.20 – Thunder Bay, ON @ Crocks
11.21 – Winnipeg, MB @ Park Theatre
11.22 – Brandon, MB @ The 40
11.23 – Lethbridge, AB @ Bo Diddlys
11.25 – Medicine Hat, AB @ Medicine Hat College
11.26 – Calgary, AB @ Commonwealth Bar
11.28 – Kamloops, BC @ Blue Grotto