The Hails Ask If We Have A Lasting Influence With “Heaven” Featuring Kwin

[Cover photo credit to Steph Estrada]

Florida five-piece The Hails have released the next single off their upcoming debut record, titled Heaven”, featuring Kwin. The band has also announced their first ever headline tour. Throughout the month of September, The Hails will hit the East Coast and Midwest, their home state of Florida, and more, with support from Cannibal Kids and Shallow Alcove.

Franco Solari shares:

’Heaven’ emerged as our first in-person collaboration after months of remote songwriting, fostering a melodic exchange between myself and Robbie. As the penultimate single from our debut album, it incites introspection about one’s lasting influence, even in absence. The poignant question, ‘If I was in heaven… would you fall in love again?’ persists, underpinned by a steady drumbeat symbolizing life’s constant progression. A climactic flurry of strings offers a glimmer of hope for an eternal reunion.

Miami-born, the group released early singles “Younger” and “Stay,” a debut EP He Seems Upset (2020), and the subsequent Alive in StrangeWays (2021). The first half of 2022 also saw The Hails join WILLIS for West and East Coast dates.

Most recently, the band wrapped up their Fun Run Tour alongside The Happy Fits, The Beaches and the moss, with sold out shows in Nashville, Dallas, Chicago, Columbus and Brooklyn.


September 14 – Washington, DC – DC9*

September 15 – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie*

September 16 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge*

September 17 – Boston, MA – Middle East (Upstairs)*

September 19 – Cleveland, OH – Foundry*

September 20 – Chicago, IL – Beat Kitchen*

September 22 – Nashville, TN – The End*

September 23 – Atlanta, GA – The Vinyl#

September 27 – Orlando, FL – Will’s Pub#

September 28 – Gainesville, FL – High Dive#

September 29 – Tampa, FL – Crowbar#

September 30 – Miami, FL – The Ground#

* with support from Shallow Alcove

# with support from Cannibal Kids

All tour info here

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