Protest The Hero
Heretics And Killers
Protest The Hero are a radical 5-piece band from Whitby, Ontario. The bandÂ¹s debut US release, Kezia (keh-zai-yah), will be released on May 29th and the band will begin touring the US on February 7th with The Fall of Troy, followed by a 6-week tour of the US with The Bled starting February 24th in Seattle, WA.
Almost two years in the making, Kezia is a situational requiem, similar to a concept album in that it tells a story. It is an elegy of a young womans (Kezias) execution, chronicled from the perspective of three characters. Each character is designated a section containing three songs, with a single retrospective finale concluding the album. The three characters represent an aspect of the band-members themselves, creating a deeply personal album.
Protest The Hero are: Rody Walker (lead vocals), Tim Millar (guitar, vocals), Luke Hoskin (lead guitars, vocals, piano), Moe Carlson (drums), and Arif Mirabdolbaghi (bass guitar, vocals). The band has been together for 5 years and each member is 19-years-old.
Holding On ft. Gregory Porter
Alla Turca (From Piano Sonata in A, K.331)
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