Alternative Duo Foreign Air Announce Fall Tour; Share New Song “Hello Sunshine”

June 10, 2022 BY Claire Julian

Enigmatic electro-indie/alternative duo Foreign Air share their vibey new single, “Hello Sunshine,” a 70’s inspired hazy rock track perfect for long sticky summer afternoons.  The track is the latest single since Jesse Clasen and Jacob Michael released their EP, Why Don’t You Feel The Way I Do?. earlier this year.

When asked about the track the band said, “‘Hello Sunshine’ is a calling out to the invisible necessities in life. The past few years disappeared in the blink of an eye and it’s evident a lot of us didn’t get enough sunlight; feeling like unwatered plants. The line, ‘Hello Sunshine I’ll be there because you’re the only thing real around here,’ refers to the need for human connection and new experiences to help pull us through the depression that we feel sometimes.”

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The band has also announced a fall headlining tour that starts in Nashville on September 6th and includes dates in Austin, Los Angeles, Seattle, Denver, Chicago, and more before wrapping up on October 6th in Brooklyn. Tickets are on sale now.

Foreign Air dropped their debut album, Good Morning Stranger, in October of 2020. Before that, they released 10 singles, as well as the For The Light EP, starting with the glitchy, spectral “Free Animal,” which became an immediate hit. Nike snapped up the latter for an ad – and everyone from Samsung, Vodafone, Microsoft, to Showtime, ABC, and Vice soon followed. All told, Foreign Air’s music has been streamed more than 140 million times on Spotify and Apple, they have been featured on sites like Billboard, Grammy.com, and COLLIDE, and they have toured with notable acts like Misterwives, Bishop Briggs, Bleachers, and more.

September 6 – Nashville, TN | Exit/In
September 7 – Atlanta, GA | The Masquerade (Purgatory)
September 9 – Austin, TX | Ballroom
September 10 – Dallas, TX | Dada
September 13 – Phoenix, AZ | Valley Bar
September 14 – San Diego | Soda Bar
September 16 – Los Angeles, CA | Moroccan Lounge
September 17 – San Francisco, CA | Brick + Mortar
September 19 – Portland, OR | Doug Fir
September 20 – Seattle, WA | Crocodile (Madame Lou)
September 23 – Salt Lake City, UT | Kilby Court
September 24 – Denver, CO | Globe Hall
September 28 – Minneapolis, MN | Turf Club
September 29 – Chicago, IL | Beat Kitchen
October 1 – Ferndale, MI | Magic Bag
October 2 – Cleveland, OH | HOB – Cambridge Room
October 4 – Toronto, ONT | Drake
October 6 – Brooklyn, NY | Baby’s All Right