The Dear Hunter releasing All Is As All Should Be EP

by | Oct 19, 2017

It’s been a year since their last album. And already The Dear Hunter are releasing new music, an EP called All Is As All Should Be.

“We’ve never had a hit song—never been invited to a late night talk show—never had a song in a movie” said the band in a Facebook post. But they’ve still managed to release seven studio albums and a slew of EPs.

Coming off the heels of their latest record Act V: Hymns With the Devil in Confessional, TDH’s new EP is more of a collaborative effort that brings friends and fans of the band into the creative process.

Kind of like how Team Sleep invited fans into the studio for a release, TDH did something similar. As mastermind Casey Crescenzo said — it’s to give back to their supporters over the years, “to be a conduit for their hearts and minds.”

This fall the band will be out playing songs off the EP on a headlining tour with The Family Crest and VAVÁ.

Here’s a teaser of new material.

All Is As All Should Be comes out December 1st through Cave and Canary Goods.

The Dear Hunter tour dates:

Nov 28 Portland, OR @ Doug Fir Lounge
Nov 29 Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile
Dec 01 Berkeley, CA @ The UC Theatre
Dec 02 Anaheim, CA @ House Of Blues
Dec 03 Phoenix, AZ @ Crescent Ballroom
Dec 05 SLC, UT @ The Complex
Dec 06 Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theatre
Dec 08 Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
Dec 09 Akron, OH @ Musica
Dec 10 Baltimore, MD @ Baltimore Soundstage
Dec 12 Boston, MA @ Royale
Dec 13 Brooklyn, NY @ Warsaw
Dec 14 Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer

Photo: @cpfeimster

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