Get your tickets for one of Canada’s finest bands.
The Shore Club is proud to welcome Newfoundland’s Hey Rosetta! to the stage on July 11th.
You can purchase tickets here. Act fast, they wont last long.
Hey Rosetta! Bio
Hey Rosetta! is an alt-rock band from St. John’s, Newfoundland. The group consists of
singer/songwriter, Tim Baker along with Romesh Thavanathan, Adam Hogan, Phil
Maloney, Josh Ward, Kinley Dowling and Mara Pellerin. Founded in 2005 after Baker
returned from a road trip with a briefcase full of songs, the band has amassed a
devoted following for their intimate songwriting and energized live shows.
It was while recording 2008’s breakthrough album Into Your Lungs (and around in your
heart and on through your blood) that Tim Baker began to fully realize his remarkable
vocal and lyrical abilities, and the band made a huge creative leap forward. They
spent nearly three years on the road, touring in support of Into Your Lungs and were
named one the top five Canadian acts to watch by Billboard Magazine.
Their 2011 album, Seeds, brought the band further critical acclaim, including a JUNO
nomination for New Group of the Year. Like it’s predecessor, it was short listed for the
prestigious Polaris Music Prize. The band also released a holiday EP, A Cup Of Kindness
Yet, in late 2012.
Hey Rosetta! are currently recording the follow-up to Seeds with Montreal native
Marcus Paquin (Local Natives, Arcade Fire, The National).
“There isn’t a more thrilling band working in this country right now.” – Toronto Star
“In a new music world, Hey Rosetta! rises to the occasion” – The Globe and Mail
“…has reason to feel comfort in the Grammy win of Arcade Fire…the band from St. John’s
may just be next in line for their crown.” – The National Post
“…an early contender for Canadian album of the year.” – Jian Ghomeshi, CBC’s Q
“…vibrant and contoured…captivating from the start.” – Rave Magazine, Australia
“…an album that has a consistent drive to it, more rewarding the deeper you delve” – Drum Media, Australia
“Yer Spring” named one of the top 25 songs of 2011 (So Far) by Paste Magazine, USA