Join Fight For Purple for a great evening with a purpose! A night of incredible, local music to benefit The Epilepsy Foundation to find a cure! Featuring: Daniel Hales and The Frost Heaves Easthampton Savings Band Hondo One Happy King Party Wolf Porcelain Clocks Spinster $10 Suggested Donation at the door. All ages. Children 12 and under free. Doors open at 5:30 PM. Show starts at 7:00 PM. You'll have the opportunity to learn all about epilepsy from The Epilepsy Foundation themselves. The lemonade stand for Lemonade for Livy will be right next to the bake sale. Antonio's has agreed to send over pizzas. And you mustn't forget about the raffle! There's going to be some good stuff in there. 100% of all proceeds will go to The Epilepsy Foundation! For more info contact Mary Kelly at email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/events/704043186338576/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming
Vocals, Guitar, Keys
Electric Guitar, Vocals
Sounds Like: Stone Temple Pilots, Deftones, Cave In, Radiohead, Braid
Manager: Dan Cahill
Bio: Porcelain Clocks brings all inspirations to the table. A listen to their debut, "Mirror is Calling", makes one realize that writing what they like to listen to and play is more important than being defined by clichés, formulas, and templates. How could such diverse modern acts like Radiohead, Mus...See Full Bio
"This little powerhouse record is a stunning, surprising release for everyone but the ever-growing Porcelain Clocks' fan base, whose numbers been aware of them for months, silently keeping this explosive underground secret to themselves. For the rest of the music world, “Mirror Is Calling” represents an introduction, one akin to shaking hands with a high-voltage power line. Like these great bands of unsung heroes, the volatile aggression of Porcelain Clocks is tempered with infinite patience. The soft, sonic brutality contained in “Mirror is Calling” comes from carefully crafted crescendos that build like tidal waves towering upward for miles, cresting and crashing only after having scraped the sky. Every track is like an emotional workout, yet the Clocks are totally devoid of melodrama. In creating this, the chemistry between the members is not so much a delicate balance as it is the equal strength and interdependence of chained links."