The Harmaleighs Announce 2020 Tour Dates

February 5, 2020 BY Nettwerk

Nashville indie duo The Harmaleighs—Haley Grant and Kaylee Jasperson—have announced a slew of spring tour dates across the country, starting March 5th in Savannah, GA at the Savannah Stopover Music Festival before joining Lilly Hiatt as support on April 2nd in Atlanta, GA. All dates are listed below.

The Harmaleighs released their sophomore full length album She Won’t Make Sense last year to critical acclaim. With a live show that has been described as “unexpected,” “charming,” “funny,” and “revealing,” they spent the better part of 2019 on the road both headlining and supporting acts like And The Kids, Ages and Ages and Jared & The Mill.  

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Produced by Dan Molad (Lucius, JD McPherson, Tweedy), She Won’t Make Sense is a concept album about mental illness, specifically Haley’s deeply personal journey through anxiety, depression and mania. Musically, it’s a stark contrast from their previous releases, having evolved from their acoustic beginnings to a fuller sound involving synths, strings and drums to convey the emotional weight of the album’s subject matter. For all the unease the album transmits, a sense of resilience shines through, even in the most vulnerable of moments.  


“Spicy, sultry music therapy…how does this album feel so good and soothing to listen to when it’s packed full of unsettled raw emotion?” – After Ellen

“With courage and honesty, The Harmaleighs take a brave step at exposing vulnerability through their songs…” – Nothing But Hope And Passion

“Brave and eerily beautiful.” – Uncut
“…a rockier (in all senses), emotionally intense exposition of Grant’s own struggles with mental illness…The juxtaposition of dark and light, of musical cheerfulness and mental pain, is the first thing you notice here.” – God Is In The TV
“with a deft verse and a sweetly blissful chorus backed by heavier guitar work than they’ve ever produced before – it’s never felt so good to bail on social plans.” – Soundblab on “Sorry, I’m Busy”

“Social Anxiety Has Never Sounded So Good.” – Sputnik Music

The Harmaleighs On Tour:
Thur, Mar 5     Savannah, GA @ Savannah Stopover Music Festival
(w/ Lilly Hiatt)
Thur, Apr 2      Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl
Fri, Apr 3         Charlotte, NC @ Free Range
Sat, Apr 4        Durham, NC @ Pinhook
Sun, Apr 5       Richmond, VA @ Richmond Music Hall
Mon, Apr 6      Washington, DC @ Union Stage
Tue, Apr 7       Philadelphia, PA @ Boot & Saddle
Wed, Apr 8      Brooklyn, NY @ Rough Trade
Fri, Apr 10       Hamden, CT @ Space Ballroom
Sat, Apr 11      Boston, MA @ Great Scott
Tue, Apr 14     Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Tavern
Wed, Apr 15    Chicago, IL @ Schubas
Thur, Apr 16    Columbus, OH @ Rumba Café
Fri, Apr 17       Bowling Green, KY @ Tidball’s
Sat, Apr 18      Nashville, TN @ Basement Easte
(w/ Kate Kelly)
Fri, Apr 24       Birmingham, AL @ MAKEBham
Sat, Apr 25      Memphis, TN @ Hi Tone
(w/ Wild Rivers)
Wed, May 13  Denver, CO @ Bluebird Theater
Thur, May 14  Salt Lake City, UT @ State Room
Sat, May 16    Seattle, WA @ Barboza
Sun, May 17   Portland, OR @ Doug Fir
Mon, May 18   San Francisco, CA @ Café du Nord
Wed, May 20  Los Angeles, CA @ Moroccan Lounge
Thur, May 21  San Diego, CA @ Voodoo at House of Blues
The Wild Honey Pie Presents: Welcome Campers
May 23-25       Otis, MA @ Camp Lenox