Hannah Jadagu to embark on her first-ever tour supporting Beach Fossils and Wild Nothing’s co-headlining dates this fall

What Is Going On?, her acclaimed debut EP, is out now on all DSPs worldwide from Sub Pop

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Hannah Jadagu (pron. juh-dah-goo) will embark on her first-ever tour, supporting Wild Nothing and Beach Fossils co-headlining trek, this fall. The 22-date midwest, southern, and east coast jaunt begins Monday, October 4th and runs through Monday, November 1st, 2021, and will have stops in Cleveland, Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Paul, Iowa City, Lawrence, Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, Tampa, Miami, Orlando, Gainesville, Athens, Charlotte, Richmond, DC, Philadelphia, Boston, and Brooklyn. Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, June 25th at noon (LOCAL).

Preceding the tour, Hannah will perform at WDST’s Sunset Sessions with Elijah Wolf on Friday, July 23rd at Opus 40 in Saugerties, NY. Please find a full list of tour dates below.

For these dates, Hannah will be supporting What Is Going On?, her acclaimed, five-song debut EP, out now on all DSPs from Sub Pop. Hailing from Mesquite, Texas and now residing in New York, the incredibly resourceful 19-year-old records and produces her music all through her iPhone 7. Using Garageband iOS, an iRig, microphone, and guitar, Hannah has found a process that has served her well so far in her young recording career.

Fri. Jul. 23 – Saugerties, NY – WDST Sunset Sessions @ Opus 40 ^
Mon. Oct. 04 – Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom *
Tue. Oct. 05 – Indianapolis, IN – The Vogue *
Wed. Oct. 06 – Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall *
Thu. Oct. 07 – Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall *
Fri. Oct. 08 – St. Paul, MN – Amsterdam Bar and Hall *
Sat. Oct. 09 – Iowa City, IA – Gabe’s Oasis *
Sun. Oct. 10 – Lawrence, KS – Granada Theater *
Wed. Oct. 13 – Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey Live! *
Thu. Oct. 14 – Austin, TX – The Mohawk *
Fri. Oct.15 – San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger *
Sat. Oct. 16 – Houston, TX – Satellite Bar *
Mon. Oct. 18 – Tampa, FL – The Ritz Ybor *
Wed. Oct. 20 – Miami, FL – The Ground *
Thu. Oct. 21 – Orlando, FL – Beacham Theatre *
Fri. Oct. 22 – Gainesville, FL – High Dive *
Sat. Oct. 23 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theater *
Mon. Oct. 25 – Charlotte, NC – The Underground *
Tue. Oct. 26 – Richmond, VA – The Broadberry *
Wed. Oct. 27 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club *
Thu. Oct. 28 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *
Sat. Oct. 30 – Boston, MA – Royale *
Mon. Nov. 01 – Brooklyn, NY – Brooklyn Steel *
* w/ Wild Nothing + Beach Fossils
^ w/ Elijah Wolf

What people are saying about Hannah Jadagu:
“…Just glorious. Her voice, the production, these sweet reflective melodies. Just all works so well together.” [What Is Going On?] – NPR Music

“The New York via Texas transplant sings of trying to find her way in a myriad of inflection points in her life and in society. Whether it is racial and gender equality (“My Bones”), the crush of any given day (“Sundown”), or romantic tribulations (“What Is Going On?”), Jadagu wraps her concerns in shimmery layers of off-center pop frosting.” [What Is Going On?] – Under the Radar

“A catchy dose of indie/dream pop that makes good on the promise of Hannah’s Soundcloud singles.” [“Think Too Much”] – Brooklyn Vegan

“She does a great job of expressing a sense of being trapped in a loop of negative thoughts (“why does it feel like I’m digging a hole?”) while keeping the music light and breezy.” [“Think Too Much” / “20 Best Rock Songs Right Now”] – The FADER

“The title track of the debut EP from 18-year-old New York-by-way-of-Texas singer/songwriter Hannah Jadagu,” What is Going On?” is one of the better ‘song of the summer’ candidates we’ve heard thus far in this young year. With a Strat as her weapon of choice, Jadagu coats the song’s anxious lyrics with a breezy, perfect ‘n’ simple riff. Just the right touch of distortion, a catchy lead guitar hook, and warm washes of synths as background muscle? Can’t ask for much more than that.” – Guitar World

“An immediate charmer—dreamy melodies emboldened by a neurotic interiority—and maybe the greatest song about fearing turning 23 since Blink-182’s “What’s My Age Again?”  [“Think Too Much”] – Jezebel

“Dreamy synths and beats” [“Think Too Much” / 40 Artists You Need To Hear/March] – Alternative Press

“The songs of her debut EP, What Is Going On?, were all written and recorded through her mobile phone, yet despite her limited resources, the songs sound lush, and perfectly formed, showing what can be done if you find a method that works for you.” – For the Rabbits

“A colorful dose of sweet, soaring psych and folk seems to coalesce into its own new genre… “Think Too Much” is intimate, but feels like it was always meant to be shared not with a diary, but a full audience: Jadagu’s dazzling performance is underscored by haunting lyrics that delve into one’s inner demons, uncertainties, and self-doubts – and an ethereal, catchy chorus all about overcoming these obstacles.” – Atwood Magazine

“Will delight your ears and …will warm your heart.” [“Think Too Much”] – Closed Captioned

“The near 3-minute track begins with melodic guitar strumming before light drums kick in and give the song the feeling of a great summer pop tune. As Jadagu’s soft, gorgeous voice swears “It’s all in your head,” backing vocals from a group falsetto choir bring the song’s energy to life even more.” [“Think Too Much”] – MXDWN

“The track spans just under 3 minutes long and it captures a rosy, youthful wonder. Jadagu’s dreamy vocals paired with the lo-fi instrumentation gives “Think Too Much” a light bedroom pop haze. There’s a feelgood nature to the track, especially with its jangly guitars and upbeat bounce.” [“Think Too Much”] – Abduction Radiation

“[A] brilliant letter of introduction…” [“Think Too Much”] –  Binaural

“The single features a chorus-drenched riff and phased strums reminiscent of the Beach Fossils guitar sound. The crisp packet drum sound is loaded with lo-fi tones and a tinge of hip hop. Hannah’s vocals are addictively sentimental, the melody echoed by the jovial lead guitar.” [“What Is Going On?”] – The Most Radicalist

“Invitingly-vernal and open-hearted…” [“Think Too Much”] – The Autumn Roses


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