Brooklyn, NY (by way of Charleston, SC) indie rockers Whitehall have released their Enci Records label debut, ‘Maizy,’ produced by Kevin Ratterman (My Morning Jacket, White Reaper).
‘Maizy’ was written in about two weeks on a writing trip the band took to the mountains in North Carolina.
The 4-piece will perform songs off the new LP at a record release show this weekend (MAY 6) at NYC’s Hudson Studios. Tickets are available HERE.
Whitehall has also announced dates for their fall headline tour which runs September 14-November 19, 2023.
According to the band, “Pull” represents a time when everyday stresses manifested into anxiety-driven dreams with a common theme of being torn between multiple directions. Sonically, the song hopes to achieve a sense of duality and indecision.”
Whitehall’s ability to combine danceable beats with introspective themes is a testament to their talent and creativity. They have a way of inspiring both the body and the mind, leaving listeners feeling energized and empowered.
Having toured as direct support for Goo Goo Dolls in 2022, the band has just completed a run with Arlie and The Sewing Club. Watch for more touring in the months ahead.
Whitehall is an indie rock four-piece band from Charleston, SC. Paddy McKiernan (vocals, guitar), Brennan Clark (bass), Davis Rowe (drums), and Avery Greeson (guitar) met while attending the College of Charleston and got their start writing songs in a dorm room. After four years spent in the South Carolina DIY scene playing house shows throughout the state, the band recorded their debut album, ‘Ocean Fiction,’ and embarked on their first tour on the East Coast with a live show that is at once frenetic and introspective. In the years that followed, Whitehall recorded and released their sophomore effort ‘Swordfish Catcher’ and received praise and playlist placement from national publications like NPR, Alternative Press, and American Songwriter. This album saw their sound shift from bouncy, melody-laden indie, to something grittier, with distorted guitars and imaginative lyricism that more closely resembles acts like Pavement and Car Seat Headrest.
Thursday, September 14 Columbus, OH Rumba Cafe
Friday, September 15 Chicago, IL Subterranean (Downstairs)
Saturday, September 16 Appleton, WI Appleton Beer Factory
Sunday, September 17 Milwaukee, WI The Back Room at Colectivo
Tuesday, September 19 Ames, IA The Maintenance Shop
Thursday, September 21 Nashville, TN The End
Friday, September 22 Carrboro, NC Cat’s Cradle
Saturday, September 23 Charleston, SC Charleston Pour House (Deck Stage)
Sunday, September 24 Jacksonville, FL Jack Rabbits
Monday, September 25 Orlando, FL Will’s Pub
Tuesday, September 26 Atlanta, GA The Masquerade (Purgatory)
Thursday, September 28 Richmond, VA Richmond Music Hall
Friday, September 29 Washington, DC Pie Shop
Saturday, September 30 Philadelphia, PA Milkboy
Thursday, October 26 Boston, MA Red Room at Cafe 939
Friday, October 27 New York, NY Mercury Lounge
Saturday, October 28 Pittsburgh, PA Club Cafe
Sunday, October 29 Louisville, KY Zanzabar
Tuesday, October 31 Kansas City, MO miniBar
Wednesday, November 01 Denver, CO Lost Lake
Thursday, November 02 Salt Lake City, UT Kilby Court
Friday, November 03 Boise, ID The Shredder
Saturday, November 04 Portland, OR White Eagle Saloon
Sunday, November 05 Seattle, WA The Vera Project
Tuesday, November 07 San Francisco, CA Brick & Mortar Music Hall
Wednesday, November 08 Los Angeles, CA The Echo
Thursday, November 09 San Diego, CA Voodoo Room at House of Blues
Friday, November 10 Phoenix, AZ Valley Bar
Saturday, November 11. TBD
Sunday, November 12 OFF
Monday, November 13 San Antonio, TX Paper Tiger
Tuesday, November 14 Austin, TX 3TEN Austin City Limits Live
Wednesday, November 15 Dallas, TX Club Dada
Thursday, November 16 Tulsa, OK The Vanguard
Friday, November 17 St. Louis, MO Blueberry Hill Duck Room
Saturday, November 18 Indianapolis, IN LO-FI Lounge
Sunday, November 19 Lakewood, OH The Foundry