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That’s Hedley!

12:06 PM Monday 11/7/11 | |

Hedley, one of Vancouver’s most successful bands, is backing its fourth album with a cross-Canada tour.

The band’s single “Invincible” launches tomorrow, the first off the band’s Storms album. The song has been on the digital singles chart since August, selling more than 14,000 copies its first week and is reaching digital gold-selling status.

The tour launches Feb. 10 at Kelowna’s Prospera Place and goes through March 24 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena.

The band has three consecutive double platinum certs, more than 1 million digital singles sold, and one Juno Awards’ video of the year in 2010.

More info on the Live Nation-promoted tour is available here.

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