Lost Dog Street Band Announce New Album GLORY, Out January 21 – Southgate House Revival On 3/18

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Lost Dog Street Band, Jason Dea West
3/18/22
Southgate House Revival, 111 E 6th St, Newport, KY
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Celebrated dark country band Lost Dog Street Band announces the release of their upcoming album Glory (out January 21st on Anti-Corp Music), and a 30+ date tour in support (full list of dates below). The Nashville-based group chose to forgo the drums and pedal steel of their earlier work and return to the raw, stripped-down sound of their years traversing the highways and railways coast to coast, while busking to get by. The album’s opening track “Until I Recoup (Glory I)” has just been released and sets the tone right away. Listen HERE.

Redemption is a recurring theme running throughout Glory, along with recovery, reflection, resolve and the quest for truth and authenticity at a time when deception and misinformation are omnipresent. The songs draw from the personal experiences of lead vocalist/songwriter Benjamin Tod who, along with life partner/violinist/vocalist Ashley Mae and bassist Jeff Loops, have created an album that challenges us to take a long deep look inside to find real truth and what is truly important.

Tod opens himself up throughout the 10 tracks and shares life lessons learned the hard way. “Fighting Like Hell To Be Free” addresses the struggles of living as an addict, while “Losing Again” speaks to failures while trying to remain clean. “What Keeps Me Up Now” uncovers the trials of living inside your own head. “End With You” is a heartfelt proclamation of love while finally acknowledging where you were wrong. The album closes with the beautiful Appalachian folk-influence of “I Believe (Glory II)”, a song of hope and resilience where love is the inspiration that offers the strength to go forward despite the unknown.

Much like the punk music and scene they were immersed in during their youth, Lost Dog Street Band has lived by their DIY ethos for the better part of the last decade. They build everything from the ground up and maintain a true, blue collar work ethic. Their music has always reflected exactly who they are and what they stand for, without compromise. Glory is a testament to that honesty and integrity with music that exudes emotion within an intimate and revealing framework.

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Lost Dog Street Band – 2022 Winter Tour
(Support by Matt Heckler)

January 13 – Atlanta GA – Terminal West
January 14 – Birmingham AL – Saturn
January 15 – Nashville TN – Cannery Ballroom
January 16 – Louisville KY – Zanzabar
January 18 – Pittsburgh PA – Mr. Smalls Theater
January 19 – Akron OH – Musica
January 20 – Buffalo NY – Buffalo Iron Works
January 22 – Burlington VT – Higher Ground
January 23 – Portland ME – State Theatre
January 25 – Cambridge MA – Sinclair
January 27 – New York City NY – Music Hall Of Williamsburg
January 28 – Philadelphia PA – Underground Arts
January 29 – Washington DC – Union Stage
January 30 – Charlottesville VA – Southern Cafe
February 3 – Huntington WV – V Club
February 4 – Charlotte NC – Neighborhood Theatre
February 5 – Asheville NC – Orange Peel
February 6 – Lexington KY – The Burl

Lost Dog Street Band – 2022 Heartland Tour
(Support by Resonant Rogues* and Jason Dea West**)

March 1 – Saint Louis MO – Off Broadway *
March 2 – Columbia MO – The Blue Note *
March 3 – Springfield MO – Outland Ballroom *
March 4 – Lawrence KS – Bottleneck *
March 5 – Lincoln NE – Bourbon Theater *
March 9 – St. Paul MN – The Turf Club *&**
March 10 – Duluth MN – Sacred Heart *&**
March 11 – Madison WI – Majestic Theater *&**
March 12 – Milwaukee WI – The Back Room @ Colectivo **
March 13 – Chicago IL – Lincoln Hall **
March 15 – Detroit MI – Magic Stick **
March 16 – Indianapolis IN – The Vogue **
March 17 – Columbus OH – A&R Bar **
March 18 – Newport KY – Southgate House Revival**