A Silent Film / Royal Teeth

333 11th St

San Francisco, CA 94103

415-255-0333

With: Jillette Johnson

Wednesday Feb 27, 2013 @ Slim's

DOORS - 7:30pm / SHOW - 8:00pm

ALL AGES 6+

PRICE : $14.00
Dinner & Admission: $38.95

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A SILENT FILM

A Silent Film have had a 5 year history with a highly respectable alternative radio campaign and an impressive tour itinerary, highlighted by jaunts with One Republic and Civil Twilight, The Temper Trap, Smashing Pumpkins, Athlete and Sleigh Bells, but the band found itself when it found America. "Sand & Snow" documents the wisdom and romance gleaned from self-discovery from band with proven songwriting chops and buzzing career potential. "Our story got started when we got on a plane and came to America in 2010, we felt like we had something to offer America," Robert Stevenson says. "We felt defined by the music we made."

In addition to Robert Stevenson, A Silent Film is rounded out by Karl Bareham (guitar), Ali Hussain (bass) and Spencer Walker (drums). A Silent Film formed in 2005 and has garnered favorable comparisons to Coldplay & The Killers. Its new offering is aligned with its formative poetic and expansive pop-rock aesthetic but there is a freshly confident depth and distinction evident in the writing. "Sand & Snow" is searchingly hopeful with emotive hooks and romantically purposeful lyrics.

ROYAL TEETH:
Royal Teeth’s six members come from three cities across Southern Louisiana, a state known for its colossal musical output over the centuries. Now residing in New Orleans, their beat-centric sound is a technicolor addition to the legacy of Louisiana.

On, "Act Naturally," the vocal duo of Gary Larsen and Nora Patterson provide heartfelt lyrics as the musicians travel through lavish, synth-infused soundscapes, boasting a brand all to itself that’s not quite "dance pop" and not quite electronic. Leadoff track ‘Wild’ finds Patterson’s crystalline vocal hooks bounding in joyous romps over Larsen’s grounded narrative. The tune starts the EP like a warning siren, and it doesn’t let go from there…