THE SHELTERS VIDEO FOR “GOLD” PREMIERES ON W MAGAZINE

CONFIRM DATES WITH THE LUMINEERS, THE HEAD & THE HEART AND KALEO PLUS FESTIVAL APPEARANCES AT LOLLAPALOOZA, FORECASTLE AND MORE

SELF-TITLED DEBUT ALBUM OUT NOW, CO-PRODUCED BY TOM PETTY

“...an electrifyingly cohesive blend of British Invasion and California surf music.” –Premier Guitar

“Blistering [performance]” –Forbes

Emerging Los Angeles based rock band The Shelters’ video for their track “Gold” premieres on W Magazine, who says “The foursome crafted a visual collage of Californian inspirations that isn’t short on the luxury.” Watch/share the video here: http://bit.ly/2sjpBHs. The song appears on their self-titled debut album—out now via Warner Bros. Records— which continues to receive critical praise from Billboard who calls it, “Jangly, buoyant, foot-tapping…blending classic influences with modern swagger” and Paste who proclaim, “The band’s sound successfully marries elements of ‘70s and ‘80s rock and roll with a modern flair.”

The record was co-produced by one of the group’s musical heroes, Tom Petty, with all songs written by band members Chase Simpson (vocals, guitar) and Josh Jove (vocals, guitar).

Additionally, the band confirms select tour dates with The Lumineers, Royal Blood and Kaleo making stops in New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, D.C., Portland and more. Additionally, the band will make festival appearances at Chicago’s Lollapalooza and Louisville’s Forecastle. See below for complete tour details including the first dates to be announced on The Shelters’ first-ever European tour.

The Shelters are Simpson, Jove, Sebastian Harris (drums) and Jacob Pillot (bass).

For more information, please contact Cami Opere, Louis D'Adamio or Carla Sacks at 212.741.1000 at Sacks & Co.

THE SHELTERS LIVE
*w/ The Lumineers
†w/ Kaleo
‡w/ Head and the Heart


June 17 /// Devon, UK /// Gold Coast Ocean Fest 
June 20 /// Manchester, UK /// Soup Kitchen
June 22 /// Vitoria, Spain /// Jimmi Jazz
June 23 /// Vitoria, Spain /// Azkena Rock Festival
June 26 /// Madrid, Spain /// Club Funhouse
July 3 /// Zurich, Switzerland /// Volkhaus*
July 5 /// London, UK /// Borderline
July 6 /// Bristol, UK /// Exchange
July 9 /// London, UK /// Hyde Park British Summertime Festival
July 10 /// Rome, Italy /// Auditorium Parco Della Musica*
July 11 /// Ancona, Italy /// Spilla Festival*
July 12 /// Verona, Italy /// Castello di Villafranca*
July 15 /// Louisville, KY /// Forecastle Festival
August 5 /// Chicago, IL /// Lollapalooza
August 11 /// Boulder, CO /// Fox Theatre (FMQB Triple A Conference)
August 26 /// Los Angeles, CA /// The Wiltern†
August 27 /// San Diego, CA /// Open Air Theatre†
September 1 /// Portland, OR /// Oregon Zoo Amphitheater†
September 21 /// New York, NY /// Central Park Summerstage‡
September 22 /// Philadelphia, PA /// The Fillmore‡
September 23 /// Philadelphia, PA /// The Fillmore‡
September 24 /// South Burlington, VT /// The Green at Shelburne Museum‡
September 26 /// Toronto, ON /// Massey Hall‡
September 30 /// Asheville, NC /// Thomas Wolfe Auditorium‡
October 1 /// Richmond, VA /// Richmond Classic Amphitheatre‡
October 2 /// Raleigh, NC /// Red Hat Amphitheater‡
October 4 /// Birmingham, AL /// Alabama Theatre‡
October 5 /// Atlanta, GA /// Coca Cola Roxy‡
October 10 /// Tulsa, OK /// Cain’s Ballroom‡
October 11 /// Memphis, TN /// Orpheum Theatre‡
October 12 /// St. Louis, MO /// The Pageant‡
October 13 /// Columbia, MO /// The Blue Note Outdoors (9th Street Summerfest) ‡
October 22 /// Phoenix, AZ /// Lost Lake Festival