The band return to the USA for a longer stay - lets hope they have better luck this time...

Hope Of The States are set to embark on a full tour of the US following a series of summer appearances.

After performing three dates at New York Bowery Ballroom,Los Angeles Troubadour and Toronto Lees Place, the band will be hitting the road at 15 venues starting next month.

They had their fair share of bad luck during the first leg of their US tour which had to put back when their visas weren’t processed in time and bassist Paul Wilsonwas forced to stay at home.

Hope Of The States release their debut album ‘The Lost Riots’in America in October.

They will call at:

Seattle Crocodile Café (September 20)
San Francisco Concourse Exhibition Centre (22)
San Francisco 330 Ritch (23)
Los Angeles El Rey Theatre (24)
San Diego Epicentre (25)
Salt Lake City Liquid Joe's (27)
Boulder Club 156 (28)
Minneapolis Ascot Room/The Quest (30)
Chicago Double Door (October 1)
Detroit Shelter (2)
Cambridge TT The Bear’s (7)
Washington 9:30 Club (8)
Hoboken Maxwell’s (9)
Philadelphia North Star Bar (11)
New York CMJ (14)

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