On the Road with Chief Scout, Heyrocco and Concord America

An excellent if unholy triumvirate of local and regional rock and rollers—Chief Scout, Heyrocco and Concord America—hit the asphalt last Friday for a two-week tour up and down the Eastern seaboard, and the bands will be filing periodic updates with Flagpole from the road.

Check a homemade promo video for the tour, which will find the three acts hitting “as many DIY spaces as possible,” below, and stay tuned for photos, more videos and written dispatches in the days to come.


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