Courtship. Release Music Video For "Tell Me Tell Me" Featuring "IT" Star Jack Grazer

Indie pop duo Courtship. have today released the music video for their breezy single "Tell Me Tell Me", which Nylon premiered and praised for it's "bright, poppy" aesthetic. The video features IT star Jack Grazer and his girlfriend Ellie in a charming homage to the universe of Wes Anderson's film Moonrise KingdomThe track is available on all digital retailers now and will be included on their forthcoming debut album, due out this later spring. 

The band is currently out on tour with English bands The Hunna and Coasts, before they embark on another U.S. run with Night Riots this June. The Los Angeles two-some recently wrapped up their first ever tours with The Wombats and Passion Pit to stellar reviews. For tickets and a complete list of dates, please see below or visit HERE.

Courtship. - Comprised of Eli Hirsch [guitar, vocals] and Micah Gordon [keyboard, vocals] - have generated a quick, noticeable splash in the online music community with their funky guitar flavors, shimmering keys, and righteous falsetto-colored hooks. When their first collaboration  "Stop For Nothing"  was released in 2016, the track lit up popular Spotify playlists such as "A Perfect Day," "It's ALT Good," and "Indie Pop," amassing over 2.7 million streams and counting. Acclaimed early on by Billboard, NME, The Four Oh Five, and more, they landed a major sync as Snapchat chose  "Sunroof"  to soundtrack a Custom Stories launch campaign. 

Mar. 28thPortland, ORHawthorne Theatre *
Mar. 30thSan Francisco, CASlim's *
Mar. 31stLos Angeles, CAThe Troubadour *
Apr. 2ndAnaheim, CAHouse of Blues - Parish Room *
Apr. 3rdSan Diego, CAHouse of Blues - Voodoo Room *
Apr. 4thPhoenix, AZCrescent Ballroom *
Apr. 6thAustin, TXParish *
Apr. 7thDallas, TXHouse of Blues - Cambridge Room *
Apr. 8thHouston, TXHouse of Blues - The Bronze Peacock *
Apr. 15thPhiladelphia, PAThe Foundry *
Apr. 16thBoston, MABrighton Music Hall *
Apr. 17thNew York, NYThe Bowery Ballroom *
Jun. 1stPhoenix, AZValley Bar +
Jun. 2ndEl Paso, TXLobrow Palace +
Jun. 4thAustin, TXAntonnes Nightclub +
Jun. 5thDallas, TXHouse of Blues - Cambridge Room +
Jun. 6thHouston, TXWhite Oak Music Hall +
Jun. 8thAtlanta, GAMasquerade (Hell Stage) +
Jun. 9thCharlotte, NCVisulite Theatre +
Jun. 10thWashington, DCU Street Music Hall +
Jun. 12thBoston, MABrighton Music Hall +
Jun. 13thBrooklyn, NYBaby's All Right +
Jun. 15thPhiladelphia, PAThe Foundry @ The Fillmore +
Jun. 16thAlbany, NYThe Hollow +
Jun. 18thColumbus, OHThe Basement +
Jun. 20thSt. Louis, MOBlueberry Hill +
Jun. 21stCleveland Heights, OHGrog Shop +
Jun. 22ndChicago, ILSubterranean +
Jun. 23rdDetroit, MIShelter Bar +
Jun. 25thKansas City, MIThe Record Bar +
Jun. 26thDenver, COMarquis Theatre +
Jun. 27thSalt Lake City, UTKilby Court +
Jun. 29thSan Francisco, CAPopscene +
Jun. 30thLos Angeles, CAEl Rey Theatre +

* with The Hunna and Coasts

+ with Night Riots


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