The Night Game
Bel Heir, Blame Candy
1131 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19147
Doors 7:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
The Night Game
Hailing from a small town outside of Boston Massachusetts, The Night Game illuminates the union between muscle and emotion in modern music. Much like the name, they can only be seen in special circumstances...for now.
Co-producer Francois Tetaz explains further "It’s a reoccurring dream that floats above you every night. And when you wake, its the first thing to occupy your mind.You want it, and you almost have it in hand - but somehow you never seem to reach it. It might be a memory. Or it could simply be a feeling; a state of mind. But you know it’s still out there in the field of dreams - calling out your name."
"The Outfieild" introduces The Night Game with a combination of lush guitars and arena - size drums and synths and an irresistible refrain made to be chanted over and over.
Bel Heir first gained the attention of fans and critics by releasing two singles a month, in a classic A-side/B-side format, for a full year in 2014. Their unique campaign lead to immediate support from blogs such as NEON GOLD, HILLYDILLY, ALL THINGS GO, INDIE SHUFFLE and more. This soon resulted in over one million Spotify streams on their single “Kiss The Devil.”
The buzz and success surrounding their releases quickly meant tour dates with Sir Sly, Joywave, Highly Suspect, Neon Trees, The Chaingang of 1974, Cruisr, MagicMan and many others.
In 2015, they signed a publishing deal with LA-based Pulse Music Group (home to Børns, Miike Snow, Wild Belle, Run the Jewels) and have had the opportunity to write with hitmakers including Justin Tranter (Fall Out Boy, Halsey), Tim Anderson (Banks, 21 Pilots),
Jess Shatikin (Sia, Adele), Tim Pagnotta (Coin, Neon Trees, Dreamcar, Weezer) and more.
Throughout the time writing on both coasts, Bel Heir rediscovered their indie rock roots, resulting in a rebranded sound with much more grit, ripping guitars and pounding drums. And after writing more than 100 songs, the band is finally ready to release new music. Now, the "Washed Up” EP has arrived and it's a small—yet mighty—preview of the music Bel Heir is releasing in the near future.
Making music that computers can't.