The band’s name comes from a British TV series created by Neil Gaiman, called Neverwhere. The series is set in “London Below” which is a magical realm that co-exists with the real world “London Above”.
You can catch London Above on October 10th at MUN’s campus bar, The Breezeway. Or almost anywhere else in downtown St. John’s where live music is played.
Trees Speak Breeze is an alternative indie-rock project hailing from Halifax, Nova Scotia. What started as a teenager’s basement solo project has recently transformed into something much greater; a full band, indie-rock anomaly. I sat down with Josh Horner, the backbone of the group to get the scoop on where the project is going.
Kestrels stopped by the basement studio of Suvla Estates to play a few tracks from of their newest release The Moon is Shining Our Way and indulge us with some of the band’s recent happenings. The last year has been a busy one for Kestrels; releasing their latest [and aforementioned] EP on Sonic Unyon, recording with Alex Bonenfant at The Dream House and beginning work on the upcoming third LP.
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