Gentlemen Hall Tour Dates, Video

Boston, MA (March 26, 2012) –  Gentlemen Hall’s line-up mixing electronic synths with flutes and complex vocals has created a signature show  “bound to get you off your feet” (Infectious Magazine). The gentlemen have grown into themselves in 2012 – confident and unabashed – claiming sound and show influences from the Flaming Lips and David Bowie.
Coming off four SXSW showcases in Austin, TX, next week brings Gentlemen Hall north to Toronto, ON to showcase with the  Canadian Music Fest at Lee’s Palace and Sneaky Dees on March 21st and 24th respectively. The gentlemen then cruise the East Coast April 4-7 with stops in Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York, and Boston. Nine more stops in the Midwest include stops at Grog Shop in Cleveland and Schubas Tavern in Chicago. For the most up-to-date list of tour dates with ticket and event links, click here:
The current single, “All Our Love” hits radio waves across the nation in April. Watch the official music video for “All Our Love” [tube video=”1YHOZ9ehPe4″]
Fans grab a FREE download of Gentlemen Hall’s current EP, When We All Disappear, featuring “All Our Love” by clicking here:
More info, tour dates and press assets can be found below.
March 21 – Toronto, ON – Canadian Music Fest –  Lee’s Palace
March 24 – Toronto, ON – Canadian Music Fest –  Sneaky Dees
March 30 – Killington, VT – Snow Globe Festival
April 4 – Washington, DC –  DC9
April 5 – Philadelphia, PA –  The Barbary
April 6 – New York, NY –  Mercury Lounge
April 7 – Boston, MA –  Brighton Music Hall
April 11 – Cleveland, OH – Grog Shop
April 12 – Indianapolis, IN – Deluxe @ Old National Centre
April 13 – Detroit, MI – The Pike Room
April 14 – Chicago, IL – Schubas Tavern
April 16 – Rock Island, IL – Rozz Tox
April 17 – Milwaukee, WI – Turner Hall Ballroom
April 18 – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
April 19 – Ames, IA – The Maintenance Shop
April 21 – Cincinnati, OH – Bogart’s Front Room
Gentlemen Hall is six individuals with a goal to deliver pop songs wrapped in unique instrumentation. From flutes to vintage synthesizers, they are not your typical lineup. They first crossed paths in the old New England city of Boston, becoming close friends with no intentions to start a group. Despite coming from completely different musical backgrounds, the sextet was drawn to the sounds of common artists and found themselves incorporating the implications of the big pulsing synth sounds of Depeche Mode, the hallucinatory topics and arrangements of the Flaming Lips, and the eclecticism and unique vocal approach of David Bowie.
“In one song you’ll hear hints of Daft Punk’s electric-infused drums and synth hooks, and the next minute your ears catch a guitar riff straight from the indie playbook. It’s only going to be a matter of time before you have heard of them.” – CMJ“The Next Big Band.” – ABC NEWS NOW, WHAT’S THE BUZZ

Gentlemen Hall is:
Gavin Merlot – vocals/guitar
Cobi Mike – vocals/guitar
Brad Alderman – keys/synths
Ro Richard – bass
Seth Hachen – flute
Phil Boucher – drums