A whole lotta love to everyone that came out to the HPC for their Thanksgiving dessert! Massive thanks to Bear for making us sound perfect and Martin for lighting us up. It was a pleasure sharing the stage w/ Theory13, The New Princess, Minka, Maria + Luis Bettencourt, and FLESH! photo by Tanya Bettencourt | @tanyabee
Special Thanks: Patrick, Jesse and everyone at Worcester Photo Studios - Worcester, MA. [http://www.worcesterphotostudios.com], Donna at Pur Colour [http://www.purcolour.com], Matt and everyone at Fastec Imaging.
Cast: Cara Maria Sorabello, Brittany Baldi, Janice Checchio, Audra Miller, Eric John Yankus Franco, Joshua Carr, and Herra Terra
RELEASE SHOWS in Worcester, MA on 3.22 & Providence, RI on 3.30!!
We’re very excited to have such great acts/friends supporting us for our release shows!
You won’t want to miss ANY of them. Seriously. GET INSIDE EARLY.
Piloting towers of electronics, erratic guitars and pounding percussion, HERRA TERRA forcefully throws you onto all fours. At first, this may seem a bit daunting, but you soon notice an oncoming warmth colonize inside your body, comforting you as you close your eyes.
Being compared to Muse, M83, Depeche Mode, The Faint, a “modern” Duran Duran, and even NIN, sets high standards for this Boston based quartet, but they’ve proven clout with their earmarked brand of Synth-Rock showcased on 2013’s, self released EP, Hyperborean. The album unfolds a handful of sonic identities that swarm and sing, enrooting a wanderlust of astral euphony.
Following their late 2010 debut, Quiet Geist (The Mylene Sheath), 2013's Hyperborean EP puts HERRA TERRA on the map, offering a new school approach to synth driven music, all while guarding nostalgic sensibilities that will keep fans listening for years to come.