River Town Saints Hit The Road in “Spring Fling Tour” with Elyse Saunders, and Friends.

Tour poster for River Town Saints Spring Fling Tour

River Town Saints are hitting the road alongside some of Canada’s top breakout artists for a tour country fans will not want to miss.

The “Spring Fling Tour” begins March 28 in Peterborough before making stops in Newmarket, Toronto, Hamilton, Kitchener and Ottawa. Joining the band on select dates are rising hitmakers Elyse Saunders, Coty Robinson and Brian John Harwood.

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River Town Saints recently released their uplifting new single “Better Than You Found It”, written by the Ottawa-Valley group along with Dave “Dwave” Thompson and country icon Patricia Conroy. Inspired by a scroll through inspirational quotes on Pinterest, “Better Than You Found It” reminds fans to spread positivity.

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The song follows last summer’s hit “She Got That,” which earned the band critical praise and is approaching one million streams.

River Town Saints have much to celebrate in recent years, boasting an impressive 20 million audio streams and video views, a top 10 hit with their single “Bonfire,” CCMA Award nominations, CMAO and Canadian Radio Music Award wins, tours with Tim Hicks and Kip Moore and spots on the country’s biggest festivals.  Renowned for their energetic live show, rich vocal harmonies and unwavering devotion to good times, the Saints have merely scratched the surface of their potential.

In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.

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