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Management - Sargent House
Contact: Cathy Pellow 
Assistant: Brittany Baker

EU Record Label - Glitterhouse
Label Contact: Lutz Mastmeyer

N American Booking - Artist Group International
Agent: Maxx Vick

EU Booking - Pitch & Smith
Agent: Stefan Juhlin 

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WOVENHAND TOUR DATES

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US 2019 

Oct. 30 - Salt Lake City, UT - Metro Music Hall 
Oct. 31 - Las Vegas, NV - The Bunkhouse 
Nov. 01 - San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick 
Nov. 02 - Phoenix, AZ - Club Red 
Nov. 03 - Los Angeles, CA - The Echo 
Nov. 05 - San Francisco, CA - The Chapel 
Nov. 06 - Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge 
Nov. 08 - Seattle, WA - Highline 
Nov. 09 - Spokane, WA - Lucky You Lounge 
Nov. 10 - Billings, MT - Pub Station 

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Wovenhand announce first wave of European tour dates 

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photo by Nicolas Bauclin

Wovenhand have announced tour dates in Europe, listed below. More dates to be announced soon.

Tickets and announced show info always available at wovenhandband.com/shows

WOVENHAND - EUROPE 2017

May 04 - Porto, PT @ Hard Club
May 05 - Lisbon, PT @ RCA Club
May 06 - Madrid, ES @ Kristonfest
May 09 - Bologna, IT @ Bronson
May 12 - Thessaloniki, GR @ Fix Factory of Sound
May 13 - Athens, GR @ Fuzz Club
May 21 - Milan, IT @ Circolo Magnolia Segrate
May 23 - Liege, BE @ Reflektor
May 24 - Groningen, NL @ Oosterpoort
May 25 - Haarlem, NL @ Patronaat
May 26 - Sint Niklass, BE @ De Casino
May 27 - Utrecht, NL @ Tivoli Vredenburg

"Star Treatment" album review // The Independent 

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Wovenhand, Star Treatment

★★★★☆

Download: Come Brave; The Hired Hand; All Your Waves; Golden Blossom

On Star Treatment, Wovenhand prime mover David Eugene Edwards locates the shared space between Native American and Middle Eastern modes, with an exciting exploration of spirituality and music that draws Montana close to Mesopotamia. It’s a music parched in desert sun, lost in forest gloom, abandoned on endless prairies: land and elements dominate the imagery which Edwards declaims with stern, religiose intensity, against arrangements ranging from the Gun Club-style gothic rockabilly of “The Hired Hand” to the abstract avalanche of drums and guitars harking, in “Swaying Reed”, to the Tigris. Elsewhere, the dense, droning weave of guitars in “Crook And Flail” and “Golden Blossom” recalls The Byrds, Popol Vuh and Tuareg desert-blues. At its best, it’s quite thrilling: the galloping drums and strident guitar clangour of “Come Brave” perfectly evokes its Indian imagery, while “All Your Waves” develops a mysterious, tsunami-like power all its own. Majestic stuff.

(via The Independent)