Andrew Hen has introduced greater than a dozen new North American dates on his upcoming Inside Issues tour. Starting with a headlining set at Massive Ears Pageant this Friday March 31, the cross-country run has now been prolonged from spring to summer season.
The run now features a cease in Los Angeles, plus a number of amphitheaters all through the West Coast, a number of reveals in Canada, a return to his native Illinois, and extra with assist from Uwade. Earlier than then, Hen may even throw out the primary pitch on the Cleveland Guardians vs. Seattle Mariners baseball recreation on April 8. Tickets go on-sale this Friday, March 31 at 10am native time, with pre-sales starting at 10am native on Wednesday, March 29.
Final 12 months, Hen carried out the music of his newest album Inside Issues at sold-out venues like Purple Rocks, LA’s Greek Theatre, NYC’s Pier 17, and Chicago’s Salt Shed, along with appearances on CBS Saturday, NPR’s Tiny Desk, and Wait Wait… Don’t Inform Me.
Andrew Hen started 2023 with one other busy streak that’s introduced his music to model new locations. His music “Evening’s Falling” soundtracked the emotional last scene of Ted Lasso’s latest episode final week, increasing a rising checklist of TV and movie credit that spans latest scores for Judd Apatow’s The Bubble and Peabody-nominated PBS documentary Storm Lake, in addition to knowledgeable appearing debut in Fargo on FX, and extra.
On the heels of worldwide tour dates within the UK and Australia earlier this month and final, Andrew Hen additionally shared a brand new solo set of “Make a Image,” “By no means Fall Aside,” and “Sisyphus” for The Impartial.
Alongside the kickoff of his North American tour this week, Andrew Hen celebrates the bodily launch of “I felt a Funeral, in my Mind,” a reimagining of Emily Dickinson’s basic poem that includes Phoebe Bridgers. Pre-orders for the restricted version 7” vinyl at the moment are out there, and the merchandise might be out there for buy starting this Friday, March 31.