Ron Gallo Shares Single/Video "Do You Love Your Company"

Last week, Ron Gallo shared part one of what is a two-part companion piece “Always Elsewhere”.  The second part has been released today, “Do You Love Your Company?”  Both songs are off of Gallo’s forthcoming, Stardust Birthday Party.  In “Always Elsewhere” Gallo walks through various scenes carrying a box labeled “SELF,” and at the end, he opens the box to see what’s inside, which is where the “Company” video begins.
“‘Do You Love Your Company’ is a song about self-inquiry,” says Gallo. “I think a lot of people struggle with being truly alone or fear silence because it forces them to look inward, but ultimately I think it’s one of the most important things we can do to understand ourselves and others.”
To see the pieces back-to-back, watch both videos below.


Ron Gallo will be out on tour in support of Stardust Birthday Party throughout the rest of the year. A festival mainstay – having performed at Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Hang Out, Firefly and sharing stages with White Reaper, Twin Peaks, Ty Segall, The Black Angels and more. He’ll play dates throughout the US and Europe this Summer and will head out on a full North American tour this fall. Highlights include Gallo’s Hometown of Philly at the First Unitarian Church on November 10th, Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn on November 12th and the final date at The Basement East in Nashville, TN on November 17th. Tickets for the November tour are on-sale now.

Tour Dates:
* – w/ The Black Angels
Aug 30 – Gigante Festival – Guadalajara, ES
Aug 31 – Ebrovision Festival – Miranda de Ebro, ES
Sept 01 – Sintonitzza Festival – Barcelona, ES
Sept 02 – Joy Eslava – Madrid, ES*
Sept 03 – Sabotage – Lisbon, PT
Sept 04 – Hard Club – Porto, PT*
Sept 21 – Lincoln Calling Festival – Lincoln, NE
Nov 01 – Ace of Cups – Columbus, OH
Nov 02 – White Rabbit – Indianapolis, OH
Nov 03 – Raccoon Motel – Davenport, IA
Nov 04 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
Nov 06 – Garrison – Toronto, QC
Nov 07 – Ministere – Montreal QC
Nov 08 – ArtsRiots – Burlington, VT
Nov 10 – First Unitarian Church – Philadelphia, PA
Nov 11 –  Brighton Music Hall – Boston, MA
Nov 12 – Music Hall of Williamsburg – Brooklyn New York
Nov 13 – DC9 – Washington, DC
Nov 14 – Kings Barcade – Raleigh, NC
Nov 15 –  The Royal American – Charleston, SC
Nov 16 – The Earl – Atlanta, GA
Nov 17 – Basement East – Nashville, TN