The band’s new EP, Bone Music, takes its sound and songwriting to a new level. Recorded at EMAC Studios in London as part of the band’s win in the FREE 98.1 FM ‘Made in London’ contest, it features five songs that showcase its slamming blues grind (‘Pistol’, ‘Spend Your Money’), hard rock punch (‘Four Steps Down’, ‘Fool Me Twice’), and epic harmonies (‘Take Over Me’).
As always, the songs provide a perfect platform for powerhouse singer Jenn Marino’s huge rock and roll voice.
Marino and the rest of the band – Kimi Maruoka (vocals/percussion), Michael Del Vecchio (bass), Tyler Turek (guitar), and John Huff (drums/vocals) – are excited to keep up the momentum that started with the release of their self-titled debut CD last year. In addition to reaching #1 on local indie radio charts, the record helped the band win the Airwaves Favourite Award at the 2015 Radio Western Music Awards, and earn a 2016 Jack Richardson Music Award nomination in the Rock category.
Hiroshima Hearts is a fixture in London music clubs. The band has also performed beyond their home base, with frequent shows in Windsor, Toronto, Hamilton, Sarnia, St. Thomas, and other centres. They have had the privilege of opening for bands including One Bad Son, The Lazys, The Temperance Movement, and Finger Eleven, among others. With Bone Music out, they are heading out there again, bringing their dirty blues and dancing shoes to audiences everywhere!
|April 22, 2017 11:00 pm||Bovine Saturday|