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live ‘stache: Icon For Hire Starts Fall Tour; Launches Pre-Order For New Album (Due 10/15)

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Charismatic rock trio Icon For Hire is having a busy autumn, for sure. Having completed their highly anticipated second album, due 10/15, they’ve announced preorders for the self-titled effort on iTunes and on the website of their label, Tooth And Nail. They’re also just about to start their latest tour. Called “An Evening With Icon For Hire,” the shows will include acoustic and electric performances, a Q&A with the group, and a fashion show featuring designs from the Custom Catastrophes line, started and run by Icon For Hire‘s frontwoman,  Ariel.

Check out a 30 second teaser of one of Icon For Hire‘s tracks, “Watch Me.”

Icon For Hire: “Watch Me” (snippet/teaser) | An Evening With Icon For Hire tour promo video (PLEASE POST/SHARE)

Of the tour, Ariel says: “We designed ‘An Evening With Icon For Hire’ to connect with our fans in the most intimate setting we could think of. We’ve put a lot of work into making sure this is the most special tour we’ve ever done. It’s a dream!”

AN EVENING WITH ICON FOR HIRE DATES:

9/19 | St. Petersburg, FL @ Local 662

9/20 | Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl

9/21 | Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street Club

9/22 | Springfield, VA @ Empire

9/27 | Merriam, KS @ Aftershock

9/28 | Urbana, IL @ Canopy Club

9/29 | Columbus, OH @ The A&R Bar

10/3 | Colorado Springs, CO @ The Black Sheep

10/4 | Murray, UT @ The Murray Theater

10/5 | Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl

10/6 | Los Angeles, CA @ The Roxy Theatre

10/9 | Seattle, WA @ El Corazon

10/10 | Portland, OR @ The Hawthorne Theatre

10/11 | Orangevale, CA @ The Boardwalk


Icon For Hire
‘s debut album, Scripted, marked a milestone in Tooth & Nail Records history as their highest charting debut album. The album debuted on the Billboard 200 Album chart, peaked at # 4 on the iTunes Rock chart, and charted at # 19 overall. Their videos for “Make A Move and “Get Well” have received over 6 million views on YouTube. The band says that their upcoming second album “After 18 months of touring and lots of journaling, we went away to write our most vulnerable music yet. We are not a one dimensional band so we didn’t write a one dimensional record.”

Icon For Hire Online: Official Website | Facebook | Twitter  

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