A Wish For Fire Celebrate The Release Of Their New E.P. Sight Unseen And Perform At The Middle East Upstairs

Top Quote Written During The Last Three Years And Painstakingly Recorded Over A Six Month Period, The Band Was Determined Take Their Time To Get The Sound Just Right. They've Succeeded With Sight Unseen. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 31, 2010 - Celebrating their first release in three years, A Wish For Fire is consecrating the event with a CD Release show at the Middle East Upstairs. Written during the last three years and painstakingly recorded and mixed over a six month period this year, the band was determined take their time to get the sound and feeling just right. They've succeeded with what is being considered the best sonic representation of what A Wish For Fire is to date: Sight Unseen.

    Saturday, September 18, 2010
    A WISH FOR FIRE CD release show.
    472 The Middle East (Upstairs)
    Cambridge, MA
    Team Shred presents The Daily Pravda, A Wish For Fire (CD release), Alchemilla and Oil Head

    Show is 18+, Admission: $10, NOTE: 9pm doors.

    More info: www.awishforfire.com - www.myspace.com/awishforfire
    Music: http://www.awishforfire.com/mp3/bringmeback.mp3

    A WISH FOR FIRE: Marking 7 years as a band, having released two EPs and one full length to date; veteran Boston alt. rockers A Wish For Fire continue to attack the Boston local music scene with their raw, aggressive, yet melodic sound. Fronted by the unsettled and longing character of singer and guitarist Owen Beane, A Wish For Fire writes tumultuous songs held together with powerful drumming by Anthony Mellace, rock solid bass lines by Dan Lewis and agitated, distant, distraught guitars by Mike Sepavich. Together, they defy conventional structure and blend calm, sometimes chaotic pieces with smooth, sometimes gritty vocals. The Cambridge-based group is promoting their latest effort Sight Unseen (self-released). Their latest was recorded at Time Bomb Studios in Somerville, MA and engineered and mixed by David Adam Monroe. Mastered at New Alliance East, Sight Unseen is a three year audio scrap book created during trying and joyous times in A Wish For Fire's member's lives. The record will be dedicated to the guitar player's late Mother who was a big fan and supporter of the band and considered the fifth member.

    Sight Unseen will be available for download on iTunes, emusic, Rhapsody and Napster and other popular download sites on September 18, 2010.

    "Raw and powerful, yet with a canny knack for melody is a great way to describe [A Wish For Fire]. The band hits hard... complete with juicy guitar riffs, meaty hooks, and skillfully pounded percussive rhythms." - The Noise

    For more information, please contact A Wish For Fire at info ( @ ) awishforfire dot com

  • FB Icon Twitter Icon In-Icon
Contact Information