Austin-based indie-alternative artist Dayglow recently announced a 2021 tour in support of his upcoming sophomore album Harmony House. The six-week tour will kick off in his home state of Texas and will stop in Los Angeles at The Fonda Theatre on September 16, 2021. The tour will be the first time Dayglow, aka Sloan Struble, will perform songs from his forthcoming album Harmony House which is out on May 21 via Struble’s own Very Nice Records in partnership with AWAL.
Singles “Woah Man,” as well as “Close To You,” which has been streamed almost 20 millions times since its release earlier this year, as well as “Something” have already been teased, stirring anticipation for the upcoming album. On “Something,” Struble shares how the song “…reflects on the way social media is used, saying, Stuff is never going to fulfill us, yet we are always wanting more and more and it’s just such an unfortunate waste of time.” Several of his new songs were also released with whimsical and psychedelic, animated videos, supporting the whole vibe of the album.
Harmony House is the follow-up to Struble’s 2018 debut album, Fuzzybrain. His hit single, “Can I Call You Tonight?” became his first commercially successful song, going on to receive Gold certification from the RIAA. This 21-year-old artist is clearly one to watch, so grab your tickets and experience Harmony House for yourself!
Location: The Fonda Theatre
Address: 6126 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028