American rock band Hurricane Bells will be performing live on 3rd February, at Prasads Multiplex. The show is presented by the US Consulate General, and opening the show will be city-based rock band Native Tongue.
Hurricane Bells is a new project from Steve Schiltz, singer and guitarist of Longwave for nearly 10 years. The band is known for its song ‘Monsters’ featured in the Hollywood movie ‘The Twilight Saga: New Moon’. After touring the better part of last year around Longwave’s 4th album Secrets Are Sinister, Schiltz set up shop to create a new project with little else than his MacBook and an Mbox. He wrote, played, recorded, and mixed every note himself, arranging what would become Tonight Is The Ghost. Some songs were fully crafted within the past 18 months, while others are newly architected from pieces written throughout his years as a songwriter.
Native Tongue is a Hyderabadi garage rock / power band, consisting of Baba with the bass and vocals, Joel with the vocals and drums & Benhur on the guitar. The band won the Hyderabad finals of the Pepsi Hero Honda Campus Rock Idols Contest in 2004. The influences of the band include Green Day, Steely Dan, The Killers, Dire Straits, Van Halen, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jimi Hendrix, Jaco Pastorius, Charlie Parker, John Mayer and Mr. Big.
Entry is free for everyone. Please contact the venue at 2344-8888 for further details.