Indian rock band Yesterdrive cite the influences of The Cure, The Ramones and The Band of Horses as being critical to their music, which is right up our alley.
The band viz. Molee Lollen (Lead Vocals/Guitars),
Liem Ngadong (Bass/ Backing Vocals), Haggai Rongmei (Lead Guitars/ Backing Vocals), Kabir Jamatia (Synth) and Teji Toko (Drums) will be bringing their dynamic no-frills authentic rock music to Music Matters Live!
Why did you apply to play at Music Matters Live, 2017?
Music Matters is one of the most prestigious event of SouthEast Asia that we have been following since a long time as a band.
We are honored to be invited to perform this year, representing our country, India.
How do you think playing at the festival will help you?
It’s our first debut show in Singapore. And we are looking forward to share our music with new people, connect with them and looking forward to meet and discover new artists/musicians.
What are your scheduled slots at MML 2017?SATURDAY SEPT 9 – 2000-2030 at Barber Shop
SUNDAY SEPT 10 – 2100-2140 at Timbre @ the Substation
TUESDAY SEPT 12 – 2110 onwards at CHJIMES
How are you preparing for MML 2017??
We have released our new single, “OK Hope” recently and we are looking forward to play it live at Singapore,along with our other songs as well. We also have a new drummer so it’s his first international gig with us.
Why should music lovers come and watch you at MML 2017??
We are an indie band from India, and we would like the audience to come and listen to us as well as we will be travelling all the way from India to be there and dance with us!
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