Canadian alt-rockers Courage My Love have announced they will be coming back to the US next month for a co-headlining tour with Potty Mouth.
The band said, “We’re so excited to play in the USA again. We love the vibe in the northeast and we’re really excited to get to share a stage with Potty Mouth every night. We’ve been working on some fun surprises for the show we can’t wait to try out. We’re all just really stoked to be on the road again after being in the studio for this long. It’s gonna be a party on stage every night.”
Check out the tour dates here:
4.24 Buffalo, NY @ Mohawk Place
4.26 Richmond, VA @ Gallery 5
4.28 Boston, MA @ Once Ballroom
4.30 Philadelphia, PA @ Everybody Hits
5.01 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus
5.02 New Haven, CT @ Space Ballroom
5.03 Stanhope, NJ @ The Stanhope House
The band will be out on the road in support of their latest single and music video “Remission”.
Mercedes Arn-horn shared some insight into the video: “In the video my character is afraid of the ghost, running from it, trying to exorcize it from the house, etc. That was meant to symbolize my inability to accept what had happened to me. Then when we bring in the ouija board, that is the first time I actively try to conjure the ghost and talk to it. That scene was meant to symbolize me finally coming to terms with my pain and trying to find the root of it. There’s a scene towards the end of the video where I confront the ghost and reach to pull off its veil, only to have the ghost disappear into thin air. I wanted that to embody the feeling of trying to confront my emotions and still be left with no progress. In the end, we all have to face our demons. But instead of avoiding them or trying to banish them, I think it’s really important that we accept that they are a part of us. The pain I went through, for better or worse, made me into who I am today. I don’t live in fear of those memories today. I embrace them.”