NYC-based Phenomenal Handclap Band is excited to announce they’ll be heading across North America in June. Having played many large, well-respected festivals all over the UK, Europe, the US and Australia, the 8-piece collective, founded by DJ and production partners Daniel Collás and Sean Marquand, consistently gets the dance-floor moving with their disco-infused pysch rock. They’ll be joined by the likes of These are Powers, Javelin, Kid Sister, De La Soul & many more throughout the trek.

After their North American jaunt, they’ll be heading back to Europe to play Glastonbury, Wireless, The Big Chill and several other prominent European festivals.

Also, be sure to check out the Stephen Agnew directed video for their track “Baby”

They’ll also be featured on the MSG Network on the new program “NYC Indie Hour powered by Baeblemusic,” which will premiere on June 11th at 12am & 3am.

The Phenomenal Handclap Band On Tour:
6.12 Brooklyn, NY – Music Hall of Williamsburg w/ These Are Powers & The Stallions
6.16 Buffalo, NY – Mohawk Place w/ Warpaint
6.17 Detroit, MI – Macho City Party @ Magic Stick
6.18 Chicago, IL – Just Desserts Party @ Lincoln Hall
6.19 Cleveland, OH – Solstice Festival @ Cleveland Museum of Art w/ Javelin
6.20 Toronto, ON – NXNE Festival @ Yonge-Dundes Square w/ Kid Sister & De La Soul

“The Phenomenal Handclap Band fills venues with a mesmerizing sound and eight-person stage presence. The band is equal parts psychedelia, proto-disco, heavy rock ‘n’ roll, ’60s soul and hip-hop – what NPR Music calls ‘a perfect mix of everything from the past 40 years of popular music.'” – NPR ‘All Songs Considered’

“…the New York City octet have hit upon a sublime blend of cosmic disco, sun-kissed psychedelia, glam rock and funky soul…they will inspire worship among those who like their dance music dipped in acid.” — Alternative Press “100 Bands You Need to Know in ’10”

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