Scientists Of Sound
with Goodnight Sunrise and Elephant Skeletons
From the Promoter
SCIENTISTS OF SOUND
Halifax's live electro-rocktronica trio Scientists of Sound return to Toronto to throw down at the Hard Luck Bar on Friday, June 23rd. The show will mark the release of "Invisible Walls" - the second single from their upcoming album. Joining SOS are Toronto buds Goodnight, Sunrise who are celebrating their birthday show and the release of a new single! Rounding out this sweet night of music is New Brunswick's Elephant Skeletons and Toronto's Unidentified Funk Object.
Tickets are $12 advance / $15 door and available at the ticket link in the event info.
SCIENTISTS OF SOUND
Scientists of Sound's signature anthemic electro sound unites raging guitar hooks with heavy club grooves and epic gang vocal melodies. Combining hard hitting beats and the frantic energy of a rock band with something to prove at every show, an SOS set leaves the audience feeling like they just climbed a mountain.
SOS's new double concept album comes out this spring. The debut single from the album "In It Deep" drops in January.
Goodnight, Sunrise is an indie-rock-and-roll-super-fun-dance-party band from Toronto, Canada. Founded in 2011 through a shared love of pop hooks, EDM drops, and the raw power of classic rock, their sound has naturally evolved into a hybrid reminiscent of CHVRCHES, Muse, and July Talk. Armed with confetti canons, glowsticks and an abundance of relentless energy, they’ve taken their explosive live show to over 200 audiences across Canada and the UK. “Remember Now” is their latest single released through Rejection Records.
Elephant Skeletons sounds like a Crew of Bohemian Rockers threw a disco dance marathon. Velvety Vocoded Vocals and Kaleidoscopic bursts of Circus Horns take you on an Electro Saxy Journey. Elephant Skeletons is the soundtrack to the party everyone wishes they knew about. Driving beats melded with Mysterious Sounds & Symbols create a sound that's simultaneously cutting-edge-danceable and filled with serious soul.
Unidentified Funk Object
Unidentified Funk Object brings interplanetary grooves beamed from the funkiest depths of space to Ur dancefloor. Dr. G's far-out theremin and the band's stone-cold funk take Ur body and soul 2 another plane of existence. Ahh yeah.