Globe Hall and Channel 93.3 Welcome
Half The Animal, Dialogue
Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30 pmGlobe Hall
$20.75 - $22
This event is 16 and over
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Last year Nick and Chase reconnected, and decided to take all they'd learned and do right by music -- their true love. Savvier about the business, and elevated in their taste level (they're no longer playing skate punk), they started Half The Animal. After getting burned by the industry at a young age, Nick and Chase decided to bet on themselves and pool all their resources to develop and launch their project independently. In a short amount of time HTA has accomplished more than most bands with record deals do over the course of multiple albums. HTA toured with Atlas Genius last fall and are going out with Smallpools in May. They've already been in with monster producers such as JKash (Charlie Puth, Maroon 5) and Ammo (Mike Posner, Katy Perry), and more recently have been working on a collection of songs with Captain Cuts (Walk The Moon, Iconapop) and Sam Martin (G-Eazy, Jhené Aiko). When going in with Cuts, HTA had a vision to approach altrock from a new angle. They wanted to capture the chillwave of 2018 with modern production, unique sounds, but with a rock n roll attitude. They wanted memorable melodies that weren't predictable, and lyrics that spoke to the dichotomy of Chase Johnson -- an exuberant, fashion-forward extrovert, who struggles with a reclusive demon-plagued vulnerability.
These new songs with Captain Cuts and Sam Martin will be the cornerstone of the 2018 launch of Half The Animal. They have radio smashes in the can, but will be rolling things out slowly and building organically throughout the year. The first record they are letting us hear is "Too Late" -- an uptempo driver with hints of early U2 that will be released during the Smallpools tour on May 11.
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