HNET Newsletter- Aug 17, 2018

By | August 18, 2018


WEEKLY PIC

After months of preparing music and a live concert, we are sharing String Theory and some rock ‘n’ roll shows on stages all over the US and beyond. Are you coming to join us at a concert this fall?


MESSAGE FROM THE BAND

The last two weeks feel like the beginning of a new season. Our symphonic concerts have been inspired and challenging and we are really excited about the many cities we get to bring that concert to as the summer continues and into the fall. We’ve also visited a few places for the first time like way up north in Escanaba MI. Coming up very soon, you will hear more sneak peeks at the String Theory album and the official release date, PLUS we are working hard on details so we can announce some of our international dates.

Thanks to everyone who has seen us this summer, and we can’t wait to see you soon out on the road wherever you are.

Isaac, Taylor and Zac


STRING THEORY PACKAGES!

String Theory brings together an exciting collaboration of song craftmanship and symphonic spectacle framing the established Grammy nominated multi platinum pop-rock trio’s music through a special symphonic collaboration with academy award winning composer and arranger David Campbell. The 22 song double album spans the bands career including some of their best known material (MmmBop, Where’s The Love, This Time Around, I Was Born and more) alongside brand new or never released to the public songs (Reaching For The Sky, Battle Cry, Breaktown, No Rest For The Weary) which tell a story of aspiration, despair, fortitude and ultimately a return to optimism.

The Album, features brand new and rearranged recordings of 22 songs with the full symphonic orchestration highlighting the bands music and craftsmanship on a scale never done before.

Gold, Silver & Deluxe packages are available to pre-order now.


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