We hope you amazing supporters of Cry of Silence are still hanging in there during the crazy year of 2020. The two Eds from Cry of Silence (Eddie and Ed) want to give you a positive message, which was recorded during late July at Trout Lake in Vancouver.
In the meantime, thank you all so much for enjoying our new song “Don’t Want You Near (December Thirty-Worst)”. If you haven’t checked it out yet, see our lyric video below and please share if you enjoy our song!
Hi everyone, Eddie from Cry of Silence here! 🙂
So despite our global current affair putting such events including live music on hold, we musicians are still doing our best to entertain you in every way possible. Some of you have followed my personal YouTube channel (@eddielammusic) and also Isaac’s Instagram (@ikfengmusik) as we’ve released content of us doing other musical adventures individually. However, at the same time behind the scenes, we’ve been recording a BRAND NEW SONG! The audio recording is done, but we’ll be releasing it once we finish dealing with other things before we the show the new song to the public! No doubt we are definitely excited about this!
In addition, we are so thankful that recently our favourite local community radio station CITR 101.9FM (from the University of British Columbia) played our track “A Busker’s Song”. as part of the Asian Heritage Month celebration. If you’ve missed the live broadcast, fear not…you can click on the link below to listen to the replay (thank you Julie, you are an awesome radio host)!
Please continue to stay in touch with us on our social media (including our individual accounts) and right here on our website. We miss you all, and we miss playing on the live stage…but in the meantime, remember to be kind to one another and keep enjoying a good dose of music to brighten your day!
-The Cry of Silence Gang-
Our first show of 2020 was a huge success! We hosted a Hats, Wigs, and Helmets as our theme for the show, and we were so happy to see a lot of people in the audience take part in our shindig. We want to give big props to Filipino sensations Kings United and local punks Wreckless Beach for playing kick-ass sets! Shouts go out to the New West Front for being a great venue, making New Westminster a fun part of town, and to fellow musicians Angie and Beth for working the door greeting all of our friends, fans, and families.
Below is a clip of us playing “They’ll Never Last”, courtesy of Jade from Support the Scene