Consider the Source Releases New Video & Starts Hybrid Tour This Week

Article Contributed by ZALI Presents | Published on Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Consider the Source releases new video for "There Was Time Now" & starts their first ever hybrid tour this week of intimate, seated performances in support of their recently released Acoustic/Electric Hybrid Album out on Ropeadope Records. The have also added Tim Palmieri (of Lotus) & Jonny G (of lespecial) to select dates in April as support.

"There Was Time Now" is the 2nd official single from their newest album, "Hybrid Vol. 1: Such As A Mule". Those familiar with the band's usual setup will recognize the electric instruments seen here but appreciate the more toned down, less intense vibe. The key elements of the band's sound are all present here, from the Eastern influence to the catchy choruses to the mixture of composition and improvisation. "There Was Time Now" will take you on a musical journey and will be stuck in your head for days after. Even though this is a more stripped down sound for the band, it is still psychedelic and carries the well known CTS face-melting theme.

Acoustic/Electric Hybrid Tour Dates:
Intimate Seated Listening Room Performances

3.24 Roanoke, VA - 5 Points Music Sanctuary %
3.25 Asheville, NC - Isis Music Hall (90% sold out!)
3.26 Winchester, VA - Bright Box
4.14 Washington DC - City Winery *
4.15 Philadelphia, PA - City Winery *
4.16 Boston, MA - City Winery *
4.22 Brattleboro, VT - Stone Church #
4.23 Fairfield, CT - StageOne @
4.29 Albany, NY - Lark Hall
4.30 New York, NY - City Winery

% w/ Root Lock | * w/ Tim Palmieri
# w/ Deep Seize | @ w/ Jonny G (of lespecial)

5.7 Harrisburg, PA - XL Live (electric set) $
5.27-5.29 Greenfield, MA - StrangeCreek Campout (electric set)
6.30-7.3 Scranton, PA - Peach Music Festival (electric set)

$ supporting Thank You Scientist

Tickets and details at