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Show Preview: Civil Twilight with Heyrocco at 5 Points Pub

5 Points Pub of Columbia will play host to two three-piece tour-de-forces tomorrow night. Civil Twilight is making a stop in the capitol with special guest, South Carolina’s own Heyrocco.

Rock 93.5 Presents Civil Twilight w/ Heyrocco at 5 Points Pub.

Doors at 8 PM

Tickets $9.35

Limited student tickets available for $5

Heyrocco is popular amongst the Charleston music scene and, although very young, they’ve more than proven that they can keep up with their fellow Charlestonian musicians. They’re playing a few shows around the South over the next couple of months, presumably in support of their recently released album Comfort, a record with a lo-fi sound that leaves quite the impression. Lead singer Nathan’s voice is strangely awesome in that it’s vibrato-driven, unique, and ridiculously compelling. The harmonies that support his voice in many of their songs work well with it and add an air of maturity beyond their years to the tracks.

Civil Twilight is also a power trio from the South, but not the sweet tea-drinkin’, gun-toatin’ South that immediately popped into your head. They hail from Cape Town, South Africa and are touring the east coast in support of their new album Holy Weather. Civil Twilight’s music has been featured in popular television shows One Tree Hill, House, and The Vampire Diaries as well as blockbusters I Am Number Four and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. The talented triad has also opened for Evanescence and Three Days Grace, two big names in the alt-rock world of the early 2000’s. Their new album is amazing, and I’m very much so looking forward to seeing them and Heyrocco dominate the stage at 5 Points Pub.

Check out the above video of Civil Twilight performing “Letters From The Sky.” Listen to and revel in those accents, guys.

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