We want to thank all of you who came to support us at Wetfoot Music Festival, especially to those who have met us for the first time. The energy was brilliant and it was awesome to see other amazing artists rock out on stage. Big thanks to Wetfoot Music Festival committee, volunteers, and Red Gate staff for working hard to make this all happen. Here is a video blog below to show you our highlights from the Festival.
Our next show is taking place at the Wetfoot Festival, March 2nd Saturday! It’s an all-day affair featuring a variety of amazing acts, from 4pm til late night! See info below from the Wetfoot team!
Volume III – We’re back and are going to be bigger than ever. Formerly Bluechella (2017) and Two-Chella (2018), Wetfoot Festival embodies the same amazing art and music but has graduated from small venues. This year the show will be at Red Gate Arts Society.
Lineup – AutoHeart | Toads on a Wire | The Angels | Cry of Silence | SOLA |Toni Savaggio | Indigo Royals | Friends with the Help | Gnarfunkel | Hot Tub
Theme – Major Tom Goes West
If you have been to our previous festivals, you know we are following the ongoing adventures of Major Tom and his Dragon friend. Their adventures have taken them to the depths of the sea, out of the atmosphere, and into the Dragon’s lair. Their adventure continues into the land of the setting sun.
Advance Tickets – $18, Limit 100. Get your advance tickets here and save money.
The last two festivals have sold out, so make sure to buy your ticket now to guarantee your spot! Remember the last time you went to a full day music festival for only $18? Nope, neither do we.
Tickets at the door – $25
Red Gate Arts Society at 1965 Main Street, Vancouver.
We would like to acknowledge that this show takes place on the unceded territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh & Musqueam First Nations.
We want to give big thanks to both Pacific Northwest Radio and Cherelle Jardine from the “Make a Scene” radio program for playing our tune “A Busker’s Song” from our “Community” EP. Click on the link below for the full episode:
The Christmas holidays are approaching! However, instead of covering familiar yuletide carols, we’ve decided to break tradition in the music biz and go for our own take on the Game of Thrones theme song since Winter is coming!
We want to give big thanks to SaveOnRadio for having us on the Pacific Sound Radio show. Click on the link below to listen to the full episode! Interview was aired on Sunday October 14th 2018.
We are very proud to announce that our track “Ivory and Steel” from our “Community” EP has been featured on Stranger Radio’s program “Sound Dreams”. Check out the link below to listen to the Podcast.
The second half our “Community” EP is now available, which means you can now enjoy it in its entirety. Click on the BandCamp link below to listen and purchase.
We’re proud to announce that our first half of our EP is now available on Bandcamp! Have a listen and make your purchase now by clicking on the album cover below! Don’t forget to keep checking back as more tracks will be released later on!
We are so proud to announce an article published about our upcoming “Community” EP courtesy of Rekt Chords Magazine. See the link below for full article.
We want to thank the fine folks from Permanent Rain Press for advertising our upcoming show, which is happening this Saturday Sept 8th 2018 @ Stylus Records in Vancouver. Please see link below for all the details! 🙂
ARTICLE BY PERMANENT RAIN PRESS:
On Saturday, September 8th, rock group Cry of Silence will be hosting a show at Stylus Records to celebrate the release of their upcoming EP, Community. The band is known for their 90s inspired heavy grunge, with lethargic instrumentals and tension-building breakdowns. Joining them at the show will be pop rock and alternative bands Breathe in the Sky and It Ends With Us.
Community is unique because it is literally a community-based project. The EP is a combination of work produced, contributed, and inspired by fellow local talent. With tracks like “A Busker’s Song” and “Traffic Jam,” listeners can wallow in deceptively simple guitar riffs and moments of comforting bluntness. It’s a collaborative effort that is relatable and relevant.
On top of being an EP release party, the show will also double as a Back to School themed costume party. Attendees are encouraged to dress up as characters, whether it be from School of Rock, The Breakfast Club, Riverdale, Saved by the Bell, or other loved works.
Tickets are $10, and RSVP on the Facebook event page by following this link.
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