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Yesterday Never Dies / Bio

YND is an independent, Pretoria-based band, started in late 2011. Female-fronted, they perform all-original music with metal, rock, alternative and classical influences. This is definitely a rock band but with a twist.

Aside from music, the band loves using multiple platforms and technology to connect with their fans, including Facebook, live broadcasts, it's VIP's on BBM, G+, and Twitter.

YND released a very limited number of a live album, Live at the World of Yamaha, as part of a prize won from Emendy College and Yamaha South Africa. They were given the star treatment for a few days and played with some of the best equipment in the country.

YND launched their 5 track Demos EP in February 2013 which contained all the studio work they’d done in 2012 and sold out in one week.

Their first official single, We Are the Damned, launched in 111 countries worldwide and is available through multiple retailers including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and many more. The single hit the airwaves first on Jozi's own VowFM and has since been aired in the US.

The music video for the single went live shortly after on YouTube and received 3000 views in 3 days. The premiere night was a live video chat with the band, director and friends on Google Hangouts. The music video has been seen on local television station, MK. It is also featured on YND's MTV Artists page.

YND has been performing to enthusiastic fans in venues in Gauteng and is looking forward to expanding their horizons this coming year including dreams to perform on a world stage and start work on a hit, debut album.

General Info

Band Members
Kate, Pieter, Michael(Sheraaz)
Artist Name
Yesterday Never Dies
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/yesterdayneverdies
Active Since
06/11
Genres
Rock / Alternative Metal / Gothic

Contact Info

Location
Pretoria, GP, ZA

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