CALL IT HOME ~ tour dates & music

The Outpost Concert Club
Awaiting The Lullaby,Call It Home, & more

Call It Home comes to the Outpost on February 8th
with Awaiting the Lullaby, Void Reality, and Dusty Lee..
$8 ADV/ $10 DOOR.
Doors at 7 pm and music starts at 8 pm.

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Outpost Concert Clubwith CALL IT HOME      4962 State Rte 43 Kent, Ohio  (330)678-9667

CALL IT HOME – Official Tour Dates

2/8 – Kent, OH @ The Outpost ** CIH ONLY
2/9 – Indianapolis, IN @ Hoosier Dome ** CIH ONLY
2/10 – Berwyn, IL @ The Wire
2/11 – Topeka, KS @ Boobie Trap Bar
2/12 – Tulsa, OK @ Blackbird
2/13 – Amarillo, TX @ Leftwoods
2/16 – Tempe, AZ @ Yucca Tap Room (FREE SHOW)
2/17 – Fullerton, CA @ Programme Skate & Sound
2/18 – San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
2/19 – Tucson, AZ @ The Edge Bar
2/20 – El Paso, TX @ Rockhouse Bar
2/21 – Lubbock, TX @ Demon’s Den
2/22 – Laredo, TX @ Electric Lounge
2/23 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog Bar
2/24 – Denton, TX @ J&J’s Pizza
2/25 – Chattanooga, TN @ Ziggy’s Music Box** CIH ONLY
2/26 – Knoxville, TN @ Bearden Brickyard** CIH ONLY
2/27 – Stevensville, MD @ Cult Classic** CIH ONLY
2/29 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club** CIH ONLY
3/6 – Brooklyn, NY @ Gold Sounds w/ Bad Omens

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Call It Home is a 4 piece metalcore band from Long Island, NY. Established in 2012, the band has toured the USA and Canada with acts like Kissing Candice, Sink The Ship and more.

Dan Smallacombe – Vocals
Dom Delfino – Vocals/Guitar
Jay Schwartz – Guitar
John Inglese – Drums

2013 – Winner of Ernie Ball BOTB to play Warped Tour in Camden, NJ
2016 – Named 1/7 Underground NY bands you need to hear by Alternative Press.
2018 – #12 ITunes Metal Charts for the release of Better Days

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Yellow Red Sparks Summer Tour 2013

Good coffee, cold weather, friends, family, trials, and tribulations. For some, these are the ins-and-out of everyday life. But for Yellow Red Sparks, this daily make-up holds the inspiration for their craft. The California based indie-folk trio possess a staggering ability to take seemingly normal circumstances, rewrite them with an uninhibited honesty and wistful beauty, and turn them into vivid scenes as told through their unique brand of cinematic folk.  Now, this dynamic and talented triplet are ready to show what they are made of by going on an extensive nationwide tour this summer.
Originally a moniker for California-based solo performer Joshua Hanson, Yellow Red Sparks now represents a trio, also comprised of Sara Lynn Nishikawa (upright bass/vocals), and Goldy (drums/vocals). Together, the three recreate Hanson’s songwriting by blending lush harmonies and haunting melodies with softly echoed vocals.
The self-titled release is a spartan collection of short stories that, as principal songwriter, Joshua explains, is but a foreword into a much grander narrative. “Just like being human, this record as a whole goes through many emotions and each song on its own is meant to paint a portion of a picture,” he muses. ” I don’t believe that it’s possible to share everything a writer is feeling or trying to convey within 3 ½ minutes of a track.”
From the high energy guitar of, “Scents And Sensibility,” to the heartfelt strings on, Happiness Comes In A Box,” Yellow Red Sparks’ first release is a mature accomplishment for the band, and garnered attention from an extensive range of tastemakers. The band have since gone on to win two accolades for their local OC Music Awards in the Best Folk category and opened for the likes of Local NativesSea WolfThe Jezabels, and Aqualung. Principal songwriter, Joshua Hanson, has since been awarded the prestigious Grand Prize in the International Songwriting Competition, for his  “Monsters with Misdemeanors,” as voted for by industry heavyweights includingRobert SmithTom Waits and Janelle Monae to name a few.
Their new video for single, “A Play To End All Plays,” provides a powerful visual for the haunting track which, for the band, “really stands on it’s own from the rest of the record,” says Joshua. The video provides a hauntingly dark, and theatrical portrayal of a seemingly doomed relationship, as penned by Hanson. The track’s chorus is backed by a choir of children, reminiscent of the eery 1960’s film, “Village of The Damned,” further adding to the imagery. The video debuted on NPR’s All Songs Considered, whose editor, Bob Boilen instantly fell in love with the magnetic orchestration.  You can watch it on NPR here:
In anticipation of their recent album release, the band will be hitting the road this summer, bringing their intimate and emphatic live show to audiences across the country. Tour dates below.
Monday, July 1st @ Mohawk – Austin, TX
Tuesday, July 2nd @ The Door-Prophet Bar – Dallas, TX
Thursday, July 4th @ The Nick – Birmingham, AL
Saturday, July 6th @ BackBooth – Orlando, FL
Thursday, July 11th @ Rockwood Music Hall Stage 1 – New York, NY
Friday, July 12th @ The Space – Hamden, CT
Saturday, July 13th @ Ortliebs – Philadelphia, PA
Monday, July 15th @ Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
Friday, July 19th @ Elbo Room – Chicago, IL
Sunday, July 21st @ 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN

*more tour dates to be confirmed
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