LORDS OF BEACON HOUSE: Releases And Road Trips A’ Plenty For 2017; Share New Song

“Have Swagger… Will Travel” – That’s the motto of Los Angeles based trio Lords Of Beacon House. They will be exhibiting both claims upon a variety of upcoming endeavors this year too, that’s the plan anyway.  

A portion of those plans include several releases, beginning with a new split with fellow up-and-comers Great Electric Quest, as well as a new EP, titled Fools Gold. Those will be followed with the boys’ sophomore full-length, Recreational Sorcery.

The recorded offerings are only a part of the imminent festivities, as June will see Lords Of Beacon House embark on the first of two planned tours this summer.

The treks will take the band throughout the Southeast to the Northwest and includes a feature slot at Denver’s Electric Funeral Fest this year, as well. There they will share the stage with other great acts, including Sourvein, The Heavy Eyes, Acid King,  Goya, Destroyer Of Light and more.

All of this and a new song too, as we have the audio-only stream of the track ‘Cadillac Daddy’ below. It is one of the songs to be featured on the Lords Of Beacon House and Great Electric Quest split coming soon.

Here are the dates for upcoming tour:

Dirty South, Dirty Mouth Tour:

6/8 Yucca Tap Room – Tempe, AZ
6/9 Low Spirits – Albuquerque, NM
6/10 Reno’s Chop Shop – Dallas, TX
6/11 The Lost Well – Austin, TX
6/12 Circle Bar – New Orléans, LA
6/14 Cobra Bar – Nashville, TN
6/15 Sinkhole – St. Louis, MS
6/16 Electric Funeral Fest – Denver, CO
6/18 Double Down Bar – Las Vegas, NV
6/19 Secret Party Video Shoot – San Pedro, CA

West Coast Overdose Tour w/ Roast:

7/14 The Red Cove – Ventura, CA
7/15 Sweet Springs Saloon – San Luis Obispo, CA
7/16 Starlite Lounge – Sacramento, CA
7/17 Old Nicks Pub – Eugene, OR
7/18 The Highline – Seattle, WA
7/19 Kenton Club – Portland, OR
7/20 Hemlock Tavern – San Francisco, CA
7/21 Tower Bar – San Diego, CA

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