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Indie-Folk Sensation Hans Williams Unveils Debut EP “More Than One Way Home” and North American Tour

Indie-folk singer-songwriter Hans Williams has launched his highly anticipated debut EP, More Than One Way Home, featuring a collection of soul-stirring tracks. Accompanying this release is the announcement of a 26-date North American headline tour, kicking off on March 15th in New Orleans.

Hans Williams, originally from Vermont and currently based in New Orleans, has been making waves in the music scene with over 65 million streams to his credit. His eclectic musical taste, influenced by legends like Al Green, Tracy Chapman, Steely Dan, and James Brown, sets the stage for a captivating journey through his indie-folk soundscape.

The EP, boasting five tracks, includes previously released singles “The Trek” and the imposter syndrome anthem “Skin,” which collectively garnered over 600K streams. Hans Williams offers listeners a deeper dive into his world with three new tracks, each narrating tales of embracing life’s unfamiliar aspects and discovering peace through the process.


To celebrate the EP’s launch, Hans Williams is embarking on a 26-date More Than One Way Home tour across North America, starting from New Orleans and concluding at Jazz Fest on May 4th. The tour will make stops in major cities, including Los Angeles, New York, and Nashville, offering fans a chance to experience his mesmerizing live performances.

In addition to the tour, Hans Williams has been announced as a performer at the Hinterland Festival in Iowa on August 3rd, sharing the stage with acclaimed artists like Noah Kahan, Hozier, Lizzy McAlpine, and Vampire Weekend.

Hans Williams, known for hits like “All Is Well,” “Checklist,” and “Willows,” has independently carved his space in the industry, securing spots on coveted playlists such as New Music Friday, Folk Pop, and Mountain Air. His unique approach to indie-folk, characterized by raspy vocals and intricate guitar work, has earned him attention from industry giants like Billboard and Ones to Watch.

“More Than One Way Home” Tracklist:

  1. Greywater
  2. Skin
  3. No Wonder
  4. The Trek
  5. More Than One Way Home

Tour Dates:

  • March 15: New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’s
  • March 28: Houston, TX – HOB – Bronze Peacock
  • March 29: Dallas, TX – Cheapsteaks
  • March 30: Austin, TX – Antone’s
  • April 1: Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar
  • April 2: Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
  • April 3: San Francisco, CA – Cafe Du Nord
  • April 5: Seattle, WA – Barboza (AA)
  • April 6: Vancouver, BC – Fox Cabaret
  • April 7: Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios
  • April 9: Salt Lake City, UT – Kilby Court
  • April 10: Denver, CO – Globe Hall
  • April 12: Minneapolis, MN – 7th St. Entry
  • April 14: Chicago, IL – Schubas
  • April 15: Toronto, ON – The Drake Underground
  • April 17: Montreal, QC – Bar Le Ritz
  • April 18: Burlington, VT – Higher Ground
  • April 19: Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall
  • April 20: New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
  • April 21: New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
  • April 22: Philadelphia, PA – Milkboy
  • April 23: Washington, DC – DC9
  • April 25: Charlotte, NC – Evening Muse
  • April 26: Nashville, TN – The Basement
  • April 27: Atlanta, GA – Vinyl @ Center Stage
  • May 4: New Orleans, LA – New Orleans Jazz Fest

For tickets and more information, visit Hans Williams’s Official Website.

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