Los Angeles rock band The Henry Clay People are excited to announce a national headlining tour in support of their new album Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives - a thrilling and sweaty thirty minutes of teenage restlessness that has caught the attention of a wide range of fans. Following a five-week tour with These United States and Futurebirds. The Henry Clay People will once again hit the road beginning September 16th in Chicago, IL.

KEXP raves "full of youthful energy and reckless abandon, The Henry Clay People aim to recapture the youthful optimism of young fans while still staying grounded in the maturity that age brings ... the quartet specializes in fun-filled, pit-starting garage rock tunes not unlike Deer Tick or Japandroids." The AV Club adds "Twenty-Five For The Rest Of Our Lives is also its most urgent, a surging collection of barreling guitar rock that combines the bratty arrogance of Pavement and the quirky indie flourishes of The Flaming Lips," while Consequence Of Sound declares, "add The Henry Clay People to this short list of bands defiantly waving rock and roll's weathered flag in 2012."

Alternative Press is currently spotlighting the video of single The Fakers, which they applaud for "pounding out a solid garage rock-jam ... embodying the new age of rock and roll." Watch it here.

Tour Dates (more to be announced):

September 16 Riot Fest Chicago, IL
September 17 The High Watt Nashville, TN
September 18 Caledonia Lounge Athens, GA
September 19 Sky City Augusta, GA
September 20 Courtroom at Gettys Rock Hill, SC
September 21 The Green Bean Greensboro, NC
September 22 Kings Barcade Raleigh, NC
September 23 Cosmic Charlie's Lexington, KY
September 24 Mojo's Columbia, MO
September 25 Birdy's Indianapolis, IN
September 26 Grog Shop Cleveland, OH
September 27 Midpoint Music Fest Cincinnati, OH
September 28 Majestic Anniversary Show Madison, WI *
September 29 Pygmalion Festival Champaign, IL
October 1 Gabe's Iowa City, IA
October 2 Czar Bar Kansas City, MO
October 3 Quixote's True Blue Denver, CO
October 6 Eagle Rock Music Fest Los Angeles, CA