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The Hague

The Hague

Pop / Indie Rock / Americana Portland, OR  US
The Valkryie
The Valkryie




  • 2014

    Apr 23

    Boise, ID, US | 7:00pm
  • 2014

    Apr 18

    St. Louis, MO, US | 8:00pm

    Tiger Rider, Lords and Kids, and The Old Souls Revival supporting The Hague (Portland) for their stop in St. Louis.

  • 2014

    Mar 31

    Austin, TX, US | 9:00pm
  • 2014

    Mar 28

    Phoenix, AZ, US | 8:00pm
  • 2013

    Dec 7

    Portland, OR, US | 9:00pm


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  • cosmic debris (Artist)
    cosmic debris
    your music is really well done. you have excellent talent. i really enjoyed listening to your fine music
  • Kerry Leigh (Artist)
    Kerry Leigh
    Perceptive, well-carfted songwriting supported by superior performance and production. Nice Tracks -- Kerry
  • Sills & Smith (Artist)
    Sills & Smith
    How come there's such great music coming out of Portland? The Valkryie is a track that is trippy and sparkles with originality. Well done. Frank Smith



Bio: "It's the sound of four friends who grew up in the PacNW, crusing from the coast to the forest to the desert, with some hints of pop, country, and indefinable Northwest flavor lining the rough-hewn songs. It's a really good listen." -The Portland Mercury

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"Indie rock that's manic, poppy, and occasionally melancholy...a Frankenstein of Northwest rock"

— -The Spokane Inlander

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Q: I heard you got some funding via Kickstarter. How did that work? I've been trying to put an album out for decads, but can't afford it. How did you do it?? Dan Fiebiger fiebiger5@ gmail.com

A: Kickstarter worked well. We made our goal. I don't think we'll do it again though. Really making a record is just accepting that you are making something rad and letting go of the money it takes to do it.

Asked by anonymous. Answered on Fri Oct 12 2012

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