Dave Hause, has announced a UK and European tour this September with his band, The Mermaids. He will be supporting Frank Iero and the Patience in the UK and headlining in Europe.

Additionally, Hause has released the music video for The Flinch, taken from his latest full-length studio album, Bury Me In Philly. Starring his nephew, Judah, the clip tells the story of Hause discovering the music of The Hooters when he was eight years old along with the permanent impression it made on his personal life and chosen career path.

Affectionately known as ‘The Songwriters’ Songwriter’ by those in the know, Bury Me In Philly has already amounted to over 1,000,000 cumulative plays on Spotify alone and sales of his infamous Dirty Fucker line of tour merchandise, which has featured images of both Donald Trump and a shamed New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, has allowed the band to donate thousands of dollars to pro-immigration organizations and refugee causes.



Date Venue
Wed 20th Newcastle Uni
Thu 21st Liverpool Arts Club
Fri 22nd Key Club Leeds
Sun 24th Academy 3 Manchester
Mon 25th Concorde 2 Brighton
Tue 26th The Fleece Bristol
Wed 27th Tufnell Park dome London


Date Venue
Sun 8th The Globe Cardiff
Mon 9th Waterfront Norwich
Wed 11th La Belle Angele Edinburgh
Thu 12th The Garage Aberdeen
Fri 13th The Garage Glasgow
Sun 15th The Plug Sheffield
Mon 16th Rescue Rooms Nottingham

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