STAGES: The Cabana ..National Radio

Silence The City.

10
/ Mar
Saturday
2018

Silence The City.

Price
$10

“With a headline slot at the Rock Du Mont Dore festival in New Caledonia and a handful of support act experience for some massive international heavyweights (Sevendust, Everclear…), and legendary local acts (I Am Giant, Devilskin…) under their belt, Silence The City are excited to be bringing their high-energy headline set to venues across the country, to celebrate the release of their debut full-length album, RESILIENCE.

RESILIENCE is a start to finish, balls to the wall rock album.

Front-man Justin Pitt talks about the song writing process for RESILIENCE – ”We basically started with a bunch of riffs and random song ideas and a blank canvas. How we picked what to put on the canvas was pretty much anything that collectively gave us that little burst of energy and excitement. Working in that collective way meant we were all 100% committed to taking only the best, most kick-ass ideas to the next phase, the crafting of a complete song.”

This song writing approach has proven to be effective in creating a collection of tracks which scream to be played live and loud.

Fast paced tracks such as ‘Go It Alone’ and ‘Machines’ are complimented by grooving and driving tracks such as ‘Brave’ and ‘Ruins’. Bring to the fore the sing-along anthems such as ‘Satellites’ and ‘We Are The Voice’, and you can be sure Silence The City will deliver an exciting and diverse set.

Joining Silence The City for the North Island shows, the ferocious Dead Beat Boys, will be bringing the party in the raw, unapologetic way that only Dead Beat Boys can.

You can expect a set from Dead Beat Boys that is equal parts frantic and sing-a-long; a unique recipe that will have you reliving the magic of the evening well after the curtain closes.

Check out the awesome home-video style clip for their recent single ‘Bland’, for a taste of what to expect!

Local act Come to Dolly joins the lineup in Napier; handpicked by the lads in Silence The City for their on-stage energy and musical (and general) awesomeness.”