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The Strumbellas
13 days ago
Our acoustic version of Steal My Soul is out now wherever you listen to music. We are super excited about this one and can't wait for you to have your ears on it. Listen or watch now - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leEfjAt9fJY
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The Strumbellas merch
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My Father and the Hunter
$17.18
Rattlesnake
$19.98
Hope
$11.55
We Still Move on Dance Floors
$19.98
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The Strumbellas's tour

Live Photos of The Strumbellas

The Strumbellas at Chicago, IL in Thalia Hall 2024
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Fan Reviews

Scott
May 6th 2024
The Strumbellas were great! Unfortunately, the venue is less than desirable. Small, cramped and couldn’t enter the room where the band was playing. Also the sound system is poor. Even though the reviews showed acceptable for all ages. I probably should have realized, doors opening at seven meant the band would not start until nine. Not ideal for my 11-year-old. That was my bad.
Detroit, MI@
El Club
Theresa
May 4th 2024
I loved the venue, all the employees were so kind! The Strumbellas were absolutely incredible!!! So happy they are touring in the US again!
Chicago, IL@
Thalia Hall
Steve
May 3rd 2024
The Strumbellas were fantastic. They sounded so good. Great engagement with the crowd. Thalia Hall sound system is really good. Can’t wait to to see them again.
Chicago, IL@
Thalia Hall
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About The Strumbellas

Ever since forming in 2008 and releasing their debut album, 2012’s My Father and the Hunter, two-time JUNO award-winning alternative group The Strumbellas have steadily released follow-ups containing every ounce of stomping, hand-clapping, alt-country gusto, from 2013's We Still Move on Dance Floors to 2016's Hope to 2019's Rattlesnake. They’ll soon round the corner with a brand-new fifth studio album, Part Time Believer, a collection that signals The Strumbellas’ grand return and rebirth.

Now with Jimmy Chauveau on board as lead vocalist, The Strumbellas spent the last four years writing, recording, and whittling 50 songs down to 12. Honed by producers Ben Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Kaiser Chiefs), Keith Varon (Machine Gun Kelly), Stevie Aiello (30 Seconds To Mars), and Dave Schiffman (RHCP, The Killers), Part Time Believer continues The Strumbellas’ long-standing tradition of blending anthemic, brightly coloured compositions with yearning, contemplative lyrics.

“I think people often feel like things are escaping them, or they're trying to grab on to something — happiness, gratitude, professional or personal goals — and for some reason, they just can't get there,” says David Ritter, who handles piano, organ, percussion, and vocals. “Even if they get the thing they want, it doesn't feel the way they thought it would. A lot of these songs are about trying to, like, figure out why we're all feeling this way, and how we can find more peace in our lives.”
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Genres:
Alternative Rock, Alternative Pop
Band Members:
Jimmy Chauveau, Jeremy Drury, Dave Ritter, Izzy Ritchie, Darryl James, Jon Hembrey
Hometown:
Toronto, Canada

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to The Strumbellas to play in your city
Request a Show

Latest Posts

The Strumbellas
13 days ago
Our acoustic version of Steal My Soul is out now wherever you listen to music. We are super excited about this one and can't wait for you to have your ears on it. Listen or watch now - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=leEfjAt9fJY
View More Posts

Live Photos of The Strumbellas

The Strumbellas at Chicago, IL in Thalia Hall 2024
View All Photos

The Strumbellas merch
amazonview store

My Father and the Hunter
$17.18
Rattlesnake
$19.98
Hope
$11.55
We Still Move on Dance Floors
$19.98
View All
The Strumbellas's tour

Fan Reviews

Scott
May 6th 2024
The Strumbellas were great! Unfortunately, the venue is less than desirable. Small, cramped and couldn’t enter the room where the band was playing. Also the sound system is poor. Even though the reviews showed acceptable for all ages. I probably should have realized, doors opening at seven meant the band would not start until nine. Not ideal for my 11-year-old. That was my bad.
Detroit, MI@
El Club
Theresa
May 4th 2024
I loved the venue, all the employees were so kind! The Strumbellas were absolutely incredible!!! So happy they are touring in the US again!
Chicago, IL@
Thalia Hall
Steve
May 3rd 2024
The Strumbellas were fantastic. They sounded so good. Great engagement with the crowd. Thalia Hall sound system is really good. Can’t wait to to see them again.
Chicago, IL@
Thalia Hall
View More Fan Reviews

About The Strumbellas

Ever since forming in 2008 and releasing their debut album, 2012’s My Father and the Hunter, two-time JUNO award-winning alternative group The Strumbellas have steadily released follow-ups containing every ounce of stomping, hand-clapping, alt-country gusto, from 2013's We Still Move on Dance Floors to 2016's Hope to 2019's Rattlesnake. They’ll soon round the corner with a brand-new fifth studio album, Part Time Believer, a collection that signals The Strumbellas’ grand return and rebirth.

Now with Jimmy Chauveau on board as lead vocalist, The Strumbellas spent the last four years writing, recording, and whittling 50 songs down to 12. Honed by producers Ben Allen (Gnarls Barkley, Kaiser Chiefs), Keith Varon (Machine Gun Kelly), Stevie Aiello (30 Seconds To Mars), and Dave Schiffman (RHCP, The Killers), Part Time Believer continues The Strumbellas’ long-standing tradition of blending anthemic, brightly coloured compositions with yearning, contemplative lyrics.

“I think people often feel like things are escaping them, or they're trying to grab on to something — happiness, gratitude, professional or personal goals — and for some reason, they just can't get there,” says David Ritter, who handles piano, organ, percussion, and vocals. “Even if they get the thing they want, it doesn't feel the way they thought it would. A lot of these songs are about trying to, like, figure out why we're all feeling this way, and how we can find more peace in our lives.”
Show More
Genres:
Alternative Rock, Alternative Pop
Band Members:
Jimmy Chauveau, Jeremy Drury, Dave Ritter, Izzy Ritchie, Darryl James, Jon Hembrey
Hometown:
Toronto, Canada

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