Haley Heynderickx announces tour, shares video for 'No Face'
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When one thinks of the music that comes out of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle’s grunge rock is the first thing that usually comes to mind.

In fact, Seattle’s music scene dominates the entire region, leaving other cities like Vancouver (Canada) and Portland gasping for air in its Amazon-fueled shadow. For the latter, the music scene in Oregon’s capital, though often in the background, is just as vibrant as its more famous northern neighbor, and one artist is paving the way for Rose City musicians to be heard.

Her name is Haley Heyndrickx, a stunning singer, and songwriter who is making waves for her captivating brand of Pacific Northwest folk music. The first time anyone had heard of Heyndrickx was in 2016 when she released the stellar Fish Eyes EP that got the ball rolling for her career.

In March of this year, she released her debut LP, I Need to Start a Garden, a splendid album that touches on all the things that make folk music so earthy and special. Recently, Heynderickz debuted a new video for the single “No Face,” which touches is beautiful in the face of its haunting theme.

In addition to the video for “No Face,” Heynderickx will also hit the road to showcase her work to the masses, and here’s her complete itinerary, complete with ticket information to see a talent no one should take their eyes off of.

May 8 -- London, UK -- Oslo Hackney #
May 9 -- Birmingham, UK -- Hare And Hounds #
May 10 -- Glasgow, Scotland -- The Hug and Pint #  
May 11 -- Manchester, UK -- Soup Kitchen #
May 12 -- Brighton, UK -- The Prince Albert #
May 14 -- Dublin, Ireland -- East Side Tavern
May 15 -- Dublin, Ireland -- Ruby Sessions
May 16 -- London, UK -- The Islington
May 18 -- Brighton, UK -- Unitarian Church (The Great Escape)
May 20 -- Brussels, Belgium -- AB Salon
May 21 -- Utrecht, Netherlands -- Molen de Ster
May 30 -- Philadelphia, PA -- Boot & Saddle
June 1 & 2 -- Nelsonville, OH -- Nelsonville Music Fest
June 3 -- Charleston, WV -- Mountain Stage 
June 5 --  Ann Arbor, MI -- Power Center*
June 6 -- Bloomington, IN -- Castle Theatre*
June 8 -- Eau Claire, WI -- State Theatre*
June 9 -- St. Louis, MO -- The Pageant*
June 10 -- Louisville, KY -- Mercury Ballroom*
June 12 -- Jersey City, NJ -- White Eagle Music Hall*
June 14 -- Portland, ME -- State Theatre*
June 15 -- Portsmouth, NH -- Prescott Park Arts Festival*
June 16 -- Exeter, NH -- Word Barn
June 17 -- Great Barrington, MA -- The Mahaiwe Theatre*
June 18 -- Cambridge, MA -- The Sinclair (Click here for tickets)
June 19 -- Washington, DC -- DC9
June 20 -- Brooklyn, NY -- Rough Trade (Click here for tickets)
June 22 -- Charlottesville, VA -- The Southern
June 23 -- Nashville, TN -- The High Watt
June 26 -- Austin, TX -- Cactus Cafe
June 27 -- Dallas, TX Club Dada
June 29 -- Atlanta, GA -- Grocery on Home
July 5 -- Roskilde, Denmark -- Roskilde Festival
July 11 -- St. Louis, MO -- The Monocle
July 12 -- Chicago, IL -- Martyrs’

# w/ Nap Eyes
* w/ Ani DiFranco