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Dave Hause Shares Video For The Flinch

Thursday, 27 July 2017 Written by Laura Johnson

Dave Hause has shared a video for The Flinch.

The track is lifted from 'Bury Me In Philly', the follow up to 'Devour', which was released in February through Rise Records.

The video, meanwhile, stars his nephew Judah and, according to the press release, "tells the story of Hause discovering the music of The Hooters when he was eight-years-old along with the permanent impression it made on his personal life and chosen career path."

The Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter and his band, the Mermaids, will support Frank Iero and the Patience on their autumn UK tour and have lined up headline European shows between September 29 and October 6, where Frank Iero and the Patience will support them.

Dave Hause And The Mermaids Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri September 29 2017 - WIESBADEN Schlatchof (Germany)
Sat September 30 2017 - LINDAU Club Vaudevillle (Germany)
Sun October 01 2017 - LEIPZIG Werk 2 (Germany)
Tue October 03 2017 - ZURICH Dynamo (Switzerland)
Wed October 04 2017 - VIENNA Arena (Austria)
Thu October 05 2017 - NUREMBERG Hirsch (Germany)
Fri October 06 2017 - COLOGNE Gebaude 9 (Germany)

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