We're hitting the road this spring heading through the midwest up to the northeast. Tickets are on sale now on the right hand side of the website! We'll be adding more dates soon so keep checking back. See you on the road!
Did you catch us on the Today Show this week? We were thrilled to be featured as part of a segment about the Nashville-based organization Sing Me a Story and the incredible work they do with children in need all over the country. We partnered with Sing Me a Story and Gilda's Club Nashville last year and wrote a song based on a story written by our new friend Morgan about a dog named Anthony looking for a forever home. Check out the full story and listen to the whole song with extra video footage from the segment HERE.
A HUGE thanks to Mitch Dane at Sputnik Sound for recording and producing the song and to our good friend Marissa Troy for the incredible cover art!
We can't wait to get 2016 rolling with new tour dates and new music! Tickets are on sale now for the dates listed below. Head over to the right side of this page for ticket links. We have more dates to announce soon so keep an eye out!
On Thursday, September 10th, we will be performing at Lightning 100's Live on the Green festival in the downtown of our hometown, Nashville. Our performance will be free to the public, though VIP tickets (which are really quite fabulous) can be purchased in advance through the Live on the Green website.
Our performance will be from 6:15-7:15, providing for support for festival headliners Rodrigo y Gabriela and JD McPherson. We've been regularly attending LotG for as long as the concert series has existed, and are ecstatic to have the opportunity to experience it from the stage. See you there!
Many thanks to NPR for featuring our single "Great Divide" in their monthly selection of favorite songs via Morning Edition. Along with a broadcast of the song, NPR included the flattering review below:
"You can't help but admire the infectious hootenanny thrown by the folk band Humming House, especially in its new single, "Great Divide." With its unamplified instrumentation and rousing chorus (reminiscent of The Lumineers and Of Monsters and Men), the anthemic acoustic rock song captures the excitement of the unknown and serves as a reminder that, "If we don't try to go / we may never know / what we were built to be." The group recently opened for heavy-hitting Mountain Stage alumni St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, and I'm confident the band will make a name for itself with its high-energy performances and earnest songwriting - Larry Groce"
NPR fans can also look for us at Mountain Stage on August 30th, in person or online. For more info -- and nine other fantastic tracks -- visit NPR's Heavy Rotation.