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CANCELLED - Bear Hands | Vinyl Renaissance & Audio Acoustic In-Store Performance

CANCELLED - Bear Hands | Vinyl Renaissance & Audio Acoustic In-Store Performance

21st Feb 2020

Bear Hands | Vinyl Renaissance & Audio Acoustic In-Store Performance
Saturday March 14th, 2020  2:00 PM

Vinyl Renaissance & Audio
7932 Santa Fe Drive  Overland Park, KS 66204

Hello everyone!

We’re sure you are seeing tons of touring cancelations pouring in over the Covid19/novel coronavirus pandemic, and we’re gutted to have to add another one to the list. With concerns for safety and health of our fans, our crew, and our touring partners in Irontom, as well as potential travel restrictions and bans on public gatherings both enacted and impeding, we’ve made the decision to cancel the upcoming dates on our US tour starting tomorrow.

Please contact your point of purchase for refunds, and please know that we are beyond bummed out to not be coming to see you in the next couple of weeks.

We hope to be back in your neck of the woods soon, in the meantime please stay safe, stay healthy, wash your hands and look out for those who may need your help in the coming weeks.

With love,
Bear Hands


Bear Hands is excited to announce an in-store performance in Overland Park, KS at Vinyl Renaissance & Audio, which will include an acoustic performance and a signing afterwards. Space is limited.

Bear Hands - Fake Tunes

Bear Hands' auspicious fourth studio album Fake Tunes offers a deep dive into a twisted modern era, paranoid yet hopeful, celebrity obsessed and introspective, an unmistakable sign of troubled times. Written and recorded in the plastic warmth of Los Angeles, Fake Tunes marks an evolution beyond the confines of the tri-state area, whilst drawing upon newly formed collaborative relationships with producer Christopher Chu of POP ETC and outsider artist Ursula Rose. From the "metronomic electro-pop" (New York Times) of album opener "Blue Lips," a song about listening to someone's problems over and over until it drains you completely, to the dreamy lilt of "Clean Up California," a song about finding salvation (or not) across state lines, Fake Tunes traces the anxiety of life and love in America today. Songs like "Mr. Radioactive" and "Ignoring the Truth" inspect imperfect characters, while "Back Seat Driver (Spirit Guide)" evokes feelings of helplessness and the desire to give up control in search of inner peace.

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Don't forget to catch Bear Hands' headline show the same night & fully plugged in at The Bottleneck!