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Hello Hokkaido EP Launch

When:

Fri 17 Oct 2014, 8:00pm–11:45pm

Where: The Zoo, 711 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $12.25
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: Hello Hokkaido

Brisbane four-piece Hello Hokkaido, have been sharing their own fun brand of energetic pop/rock with their loyal fans for a few years now, and (with a little help from Yanto Browning) have finally tamed their great live sound for their self-titled, Debut EP. The launch is set for the 17th of October, giving the boys a chance to celebrate, thank all those involved and share the stage of the Zoo with good friends Brother Fox and Fox & Fowl.

The Hello Hokkaido story all started when some mates from a small town met up in Brissy and said, “Hey, let’s start a band.” They called the best (only) guitarist they knew, got together the best (only) gear they could find, met up in the basement of a share house out in the suburbs (waited an hour for the guitarist), drew a band name out of a hat and wrote some songs.

Sure, we could tell you that Hello Hokkaido have a fun, energetic brand of pop/rock with catchy riffs and chilling harmonies. We could even tell you that their lead singer has a sexy voice, the guitarist is always late, their bassist has no fashion sense and the drummer can’t count past four. Reality? All Hello Hokkaido want is for you to have as much fun listening to their songs as they have playing them - so see you all there!

For more information about Hello Hokkaido, you can visit www.facebook.com/HelloHokkaido for official band updates.

From Indie, Keep Scrolling:
“... Hello Hokkaido is surely a band that you should look out for. Their pop-rock sound is full of energy and uplifting, really.”

From fellow musicians, Gunface:
“Playing with Hello Hokkaido in their QLD homeland was a definite highlight of our last tour. They sound as sexy as they look, with each song crafted and executed with precision and style. Hearing them play made us want to be girls with underwear on so we could remove our girlunderwear and launch them at them whilst screaming ‘Omg Hello Hokkaido We Want to Have Your Babies and Stuff’.”