Bell Hollow: June 2006 Archives

June 24 2006

Bell Hollow sign to five03 Records; EP due in August!

Bell Hollow have signed to new Brooklyn indie label five03 Records, soon to be acclaimed as home of The Prids (and that great band's imminent second CD Until the World Is Beautiful).

Five03 will be releasing Bell Hollow's first official EP, Sons of the Burgess Shale, in August 2006. The four richly atmospheric songs will take you places you've never been before, traveling far beyond the one-dimensional confines of our humble demo disc from last autumn. The EP will be available directly from five03's site, from various distributors, at our merch table at gigs, and on iTunes. Expect an advance streaming sample song on our MySpace shortly...

In other news, Bell Hollow's first live appearances in New England are finally here.

Bell Hollow's first Boston show takes place next Wednesday, June 28, 2006, at the Upstairs of legendary club The Middle East. We are playing with headliners Amber Spyglass, featuring former Opium Den guitarist John DeGregorio and vocalist Kelly Godshall weaving an exotic tapestry of dark alternative rock; plus masterfully moody post-punk combo The Glass Set (Banshees meet Blondie?), and local chanteuse Sarah Rabdau. The Middle East is at 472 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139. Bell Hollow perform at 10:15. Doors at 8pm, 18 and over, $8.00.

Bell Hollow's first trip to Rhode Island is on Sunday, July 9, 2006 at Club Hell. We're excited to be playing with our longtime partners in crime The Brides, along with horrorpunks Blitzkid and The Automatons, plus DJ Lovecraft. Club Hell is at 73 Richmond Street, Providence, RI 02903. Doors at 8pm, 18 and over, $10.00.

We will also be playing at Fat Baby in NYC on July 13 and Mr. Beery's on Long Island on July 29, and will be opening for The Prids at Southpaw in Brooklyn on August 24.

Band photo (Bell Hollow live at The Delancey, February 2006) by Glenn Maryansky.