Ottawa’s own Hollerado went back to the basics for their third studio album, Born Yesterday. In support of their latest release, the band will be playing the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on Saturday June 10th.
The band took their time creating the follow-up to their sophomore album, partly due to the cancer diagnosis of guitarist Nixon Boyd during the time of writing and recording. The title track, “Born Yesterday”, is written by Boyd and reflects the attitude of making the most of life and also the excitement that the band felt during the recording process. Lead singer Menno Versteeg mentions that the band felt like “a bunch of seventeen year olds jamming together in a garage for the first time.” On top of personal reflections, the band also touches on current affairs with the politically charged “Grief Money”.
Courtesy of Live Nation, enter below for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show and join in on Hollerado’s zest for life.
Rules & Regulations: Must be 19 years of age to enter. Ticket giveaway will end on June 7 at 12:00pm (PST). One winner will be chosen from e-mail entries.
Tickets are available for purchase via TicketWeb.