Household premieres SUPERIORITY COMPLEX via The Noise

Touring This Fall with All Get Out

New Album Everything A River Should Be Available For Purchase via Equal Vision Records

Named One of Alternative Press' "18 Artists To Watch In 2018"

Minneapolis natives Household are thrilled to share their brand new video "Superority Complex." 

A B-Side from the band's latest album "Everything A River Should Be," fans can check out "Superiority Complex" now via The Noise.
The band said, "We decided to stretch outside of the typical music video ideas for this one. Nathanael directed and wrote the ideas for it and it honestly came out in a unique way. At this point, we're just happy to be able to create art and explore ideas for others to see. There will be lots more material from us in this vein."
Household will be touring this fall with "All Get Out." 

The run kicks off on November 1, and includes stops in Atlanta, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Chicago and more. 

For a full list of dates, including the band's upcoming August headline shows, please see below or visit:

"Everything A River Should Be," the latest album from Household, was released on February 23 via Equal Vision Records. 

The record has previously been featured on Substream Magazine, Alternative Press, New Noise Magazine and more. 

To purchase, please visit:

Household's latest release is a record that redefines who and what - and even why - the Minneapolis trio are. 

Anybody familiar with the music the band - vocalist and bassist Joshua Gilbert, drummer Matthew Anthony and guitarist Nathanael Olsen - made before will immediately hear the shift in sound of these 11 songs. 

While the urgency and sincerity of the raw and visceral post-hardcore they began life making remains, "Everything A River Should Be" is a collection of dense, dark and brooding songs full of a tense, glowering atmosphere.

Lyrically, too, the album - which was recorded over the course of a month by Nate Washburn at Atlanta's Glow In The Dark studios - marks a change in approach. 

Not only is this the first time the band have really had any production on a recording, but Gilbert said he has never written from the heart so much or presented so much of himself - and his emotions and fears and insecurities - within his songs.
"The songs touch on some close-to-home feelings for me," Gilbert says. "It's much more of a personal expression of my own emotions - it's not so much a declarative thing, as some of our music has been in the past. It's more personal and vulnerable in a lot of ways."
"Everything A River Should Be" is out now, and available via Equal Vision Records at

Upcoming Tour Dates:
10/29 - Burnsville, MN @ Garage *
11/1 - Atlanta, GA @ Purgatory
11/2 - Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
11/3 - Raleigh, NC @ Kings Barcade
11/4 - Washington, DC @ DC9
11/6 - Brooklyn, NY @ Baby's All Right
10/7 - Boston, MA @ Middle East
11/8 - Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
11/9 - Pittsburgh, PA @ The Funhouse
11/10 - Cleveland, OH @ Mahall's
11/11 - Detroit, MI @ Pike Room
11/13 - Chicago, IL @ Cobra Lounge
11/14 - St. Louis, MO @ Blueberry Hill Duck Room
11/15 - Kansas City, MO @ The Rino
11/16 - Dallas, TX @ Three Links

* - Indicates show with Citizen