Bridges Will Break

Bridges Will Break

Sorrytown, Blind, The Thief, Noble Youth, Mocklove

Fri Jul 14 2017

7:00 pm

$8.00 - $10.00

This event is all ages

Bridges Will Break
Bridges Will Break
Votive- offered, given, dedicated, etc., in accordance with a vow:

The promise of a "being" in a band incites different things, but most often, it reveals the promises you make with one another, that you never plan to get back.
Bridges Will Break was started 6 years ago by Zach Bauer & Ben Geiger. Along the way, through a multitude of member changes, the band had gained Joey Macasero & Taylor Ashley.

The winding staircase of 6 years bring endless emotions—loneliness, frailty and fanaticism among many. This is to say, through stumbling and disparity, that the band has come cyclical into “what should have been” all those years ago—a complete expression of experience.

Defined by the soft-spoken clarity of Bauer on “Full Circle”, “...and I lost a lot of time, a lot of time displaced, because when you slipped you never healed”, to the trembling grit of Ashley’s “...I’ve had to let you go, what we could’ve been no one will know…but I don’t see you as just another name on a list” on “At Least For Now”, the most obvious thing present is the shared pursuit of finding the best version of yourself.

Bridges Will Break will release their forthcoming ep, Votive, in response to these 6 years of disparity and to “finding the best version” of yourself.
Sorrytown
Sorrytown
Indie rock 5-piece from New Mexico.
Blind, The Thief
Blind, The Thief
Post-Rock/Math Rock

Shane Cahn
Reggie Thompson
Zachery Irish
Noble Youth
Noble Youth
Noble Youth is the musical project of Aaron Noble Brown
Mocklove
Mocklove
Noticing the lack of a local scene, post-hardcore outfit Mocklove have been making a name for themselves. Sharing the stage with the likes of Being As An Ocean, Hawthorne Heights, Capsize, and Embracer, the Columbia, Missouri-based quintet are known for pulling off an energetic, yet engaging live performance, regardless of venue or lineup. Their music captures an emotional state of the human condition with aggressive melodies and cathartic undertones.

Mocklove's EP "It's a Sacred Privilege to Walk Someone Home," produced by Matt Amelung (Story of the Year, Greek Fire, A Lesser Hope) and mixed & mastered by Matt McClellan (Being As An Ocean, My Epic, The Devil Wears Prada), is slated for a March 2017 release


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Venue Information:
Black Sheep
2106 E. Platte Ave
Colorado Springs, CO, 80909
http://www.blacksheeprocks.com/