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Formed in their hometown of Long Beach, California electro-pop-rock trio Half Alive emerged with a revitalising take on the genre in 2017. Experimenting with R&B, funk, disco, soul and dance-driven beats, the outfit's first EP 3 generated much buzz and a deal with RCA records soon followed. Catch the rising upstarts when they hit the road and head to various venues around North America this fall.
Used to fans screaming their emotional, poetic lyrics back at them, Half Alive have garnered a reputation for putting on a high octane live show. Performances of calling card tunes like Aawake The Night and Still Feel are bolstered by back up dancers, projected illustrations and video displays and of course, a raucous yet tight execution from the band themselves. Wear some comfortable shoes and get ready to mosh/dance well into the night.
Performance date: 16 September 2021
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