Bear Hands to Play the Grog Shop in March

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The indie rock act Bear Hands toured extensively this year with acts such as Twenty One Pilots, Foals and X Ambassadors. Now, the band has announced a string of headlining dates for 2020.

It performs on March 8 at the Grog Shop.



The tour supports Fake Tunes, an album the band issued earlier this year.

“It feels like this record is grateful,” bassist Dylan Loper says in a press release. “We feel lucky to be here, to have the chance to keep making music together. It feels lighter. The songs are shorter. They’re pretty poppy, and they’re to the point. And that’s where our music is most impactful.”



Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.

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