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THE TOWN HEROES, DAVID & THE DARK and friends at The Capital Bar (Fredericton) - Fri Oct 5 2018 at 10:00 pm
· Oct · 5 Fri at The Capital Bar 362 Queen Street Fredericton, NB
Door at 9:00 pm Show at 10:00 pm
Tickets: $10.00 Incl HST & Fees

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The Town Heroes The Town Heroes

Everything (will be fine when we get to where we think we’re going) will be the band’s 4th full length release and first with the 4 members. Merging modern pop-sensibilities with their alt-rock influences, the band has crafted 11 beautifully hook laden tracks oozing with hit potential. There’s a maturity in the album, both musically and conceptually – a growth that can only happen through a dedication to their craft, through hundreds of live shows around the world and an unrelenting belief in what they’re doing. The album is simultaneously fun and thought provoking, danceable arrangements coupled with contemplative self awareness and social conscience. At heart, a perfect soundtrack for contemplating life with a bounce in your step.

As a duo, the band’s remarkable sound was, in part, crafted by their minimalist set up. With Everything, the band has found a way to expand even further. “We wanted to give ourselves the opportunity to create without limitations...in the studio or live,” Mike Ryan says. “It opens up an entirely different world for us. We can take a song in any direction and let it become what it’s supposed to.”

As always with The Town Heroes, their catchy, sing-along, hit-worthy earworms have a multitude of layers to them. Embedded between the wordplay, reverb, and 4-on-the-floor beats, there’s a provocative existential analysis. “I just try to be aware of what’s happening in the world and write about things we all go through or feel,” says Ryan. “I can’t just write a song to write a song. I don’t know if that’s necessarily a good thing, but I need to have felt it myself to capture it. That way, no matter what I... or anyone... thinks of the song, I know that at least it’s real. And that’s more important to me than anything.”

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