Celebrate Indie Label Chart Successes for Simultaneous Singles “I Hope You’re Happy” and “Daylight
Announce The King Tour for Spring 2019
Tour Runs From March 20 – May 4
BLUE OCTOBER are celebrating the continued chart success of their singles “I Hope You’re Happy” and “Daylight,” as both tracks are now charting on the US HOT AC Chart and the US Alternative Airplay Chart respectively. After spending 25 weeks on the US Alternative Airplay Chart and peaking at #14, “I Hope You’re Happy” has begun to cross over on the US Hot AC Chart, currently reaching #34. “Daylight” has been moving steadily up and currently sits at #28 on the US Alternative Airplay Chart, making “Daylight” the second song from I Hope You’re Happy to impact this chart. The fact that I Hope You’re Happy was released on indie label Up/Down-Brando Records makes this feat even more notable.
In addition, the band have announced The King Tour for Spring 2019, which will start March 20 in Louisville at the Mercury Ballroom, and will conclude with two shows at House of Blues in Orlando on May 3 and 4. This tour follows off the heels of their newest album I Hope You’re Happy, Blue October’s upcoming US tour will take the band to cities such as Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Columbus.
Blue October have seen an incredible response to their music over the years, known for platinum singles like “Into The Ocean,” “Hate Me,” and “Calling You.“ The new record’s title track “I Hope You’re Happy”burst onto the scene at #5 on the iTunes Alternative Singles chart and reached #14 on US Alternative Airplay Chart. The song has also found its way into countless Spotify and Apple curated playlists including iTunes Breaking Alternative, Digging Now (685,273 followers), and Rock Me UP! (513,873 followers).
Blue October’s newest record I Hope You’re Happy is available now via Up/Down-Brando Records.
THE KING TOUR
3/20/2019 Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
3/21/2019 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
3/22/2019 Ft Wayne, IN Piere’s
3/23/2019 Pittsburgh, PA Stage AE
3/24/2019 Flint, MI Machine Shop
3/28/2019 Oklahoma City, OK Tower Theatre
3/29/2019 Sioux City, IA Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Anthem
3/30/2019 Kansas City, MO The Truman
3/31/2019 Wichita, KS Cotillion Ballroom
4/17/2019 Sayreville, NJ Starland Ballroom
4/18/2019 Philadelphia, PA Union Transfer
4/20/2019 Boston, MA House of Blues
4/24/2019 Raleigh, NC Lincoln Theatre
4/25/2019 Washington, DC 9:30 Club
4/27/2019 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues
5/1/2019 Chattanooga, TN Walker Theatre
5/3/2019 Orlando, FL House of Blues
5/4/2019 Orlando, FL House of Blues
More Dates To Be Announced