Healthier Snow: Palehound announce winter tour that wraps up January in Allston


It’s been a pretty good year for Palehound.

The one-time Brooklyn band decided to relocate their home base to Boston, and fame and fortune awaited. After they released August’s critically acclaimed debut LP Dry Food off indie hotbed Exploding in Sound, Palehound followed up a metric fuckton of national press acclaim by signing with UK’s Heavenly Recordings and being nominated for three Boston Music Awards: New Artist of the Year, Rock/Indie Artist of the Year, and Ellen Kempner for Female Vocalist of the Year

And now the real fun begins. Today, Palehound announced a 20-date winter tour with Mitski and Torres (separately, unfortunately) that wraps up January 22 at Great Scott in Allston. Tickets to the Great Scott show with Torres are on sale now.


Read through the full run of shows below, and watch the Faye Orlove-directed video for “Healthier Folk” after the listing.

Featured photo by Luis Ruiz

Palehound National Tour Dates
11/10: Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA^
11/11: Washington, DC @ DC 9^
11/12: Charlottesville, VA @ Southern Cafe^
11/13: Durham, NC @ Pinhook^
11/14: Athens, GA @ Caledonia Lounge^
11/16: Nashville, TN @ The High Watt^
11/17: Bloomington, IN @ Bishop Bar^
11/18: Madison, WI @ The Frequency^
11/19: Minneapolis, MN @ 7th Street Entry^
11/20: Chicago IL @ Beat Kitchen^
11/21: Columbus, OH @ Rumba Cafe^
11/23: Toronto, ON @ Smiling Buddha^
11/24: Montreal, QC @ Casa Del Popolo^
11/25: Kingston, NY @ BSP Lounge^
1/13: Grand Rapids, MI @ The Pyramid Scheme #
1/15: Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall #
1/16: St. Louis, MO @ Firebird #
1/20: Philadelphia, PA @ Johnny Brenda’s #
1/21: New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom #
1/22: Allston, MA @ Great Scott #
^ = w/ Mitski & PWR BTTM
# = w/ Torres