Poolside Glitter Punks Hayley and the Crushers announce Modern Adult Kicks Tour, co-headlining select shows with Wicked Cool recording artist Soraia; First full-length album via Kitten Robot Records to be released this Fall

Hot off the heels from making the move from California to Detroit, power trio Hayley and the Crushers have announced their Modern Adult Kicks tour. Kicking off in Fort Wayne, IN on September 23, the tour will feature Wicked Cool Recording Artist Soraia as a co-headliner for select shows and will visit Chicago, Cleveland, Columbus, Nashville, Detroit and more before concluding on November 26 in Los Angeles.



Helmed by husband-and-wife team guitarist Hayley Crusher Cain and bass player Dr. Cain ESQ (with Action Ben Cabreana on drums), the band have already released three previous singles on Kitten Robot Records since last Spring’s label signing: June 2021’s moody anti-ballad (“Cul De Sac“), August’s fizzy, light-hearted summer fun (“She Drives“), and November’s tongue-in-cheek punk pit-starter (“Click and Act Now!“). The tracks were produced by legendary punk producer Paul Roessler (TSOL, Josie Cotton, Richie Ramone) at Robot Kitten Studios in LA and mastered by Mass Giorgini (Anti-Flag, Rise Against, Alkaline Trio) at Sonic Iguana Studios. San Luis Obispo-to-Detroit transplants, Hayley and the Crushers have been offering up a tsunami of bold, bad girl fun over the last couple of years. Adding to their “Crusherverse” which includes their 2018 official debut album (Cool/Lame), 2020’s sohphmore album (Vintage Millennial), and two EP’s (2020’s Jacaranda and 2021’s Fun Sized)and the band’s first full-length album on Kitten Robot will be announced shortly. You can connect with Hayley and the Crushers via the following links. Bio taken from press release.



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