Studio 52 Featured Band of the Week: no hope/no harm



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Studio 52 Spotlight: no hope/no harm

What Studio 52 Says: To call no hope/no harm a supergroup would be unfair to other supergroups. Their foundation is comprised of some of Boston’s most established musicians and Rock And Roll Rumble veterans: no hope/no harm boast members of The Field Effect, The Sheila Divine, and The Good North. Using these influences and forging their own sound, no hope/no harm channel the spirit of all the great second- and third-wave emo bands frontman Luke O’Neil is apt to play each month at his superlative Emo Night Boston party at The Sinclair in Cambridge. NH/NH have been one of our favorite acts to watch grow since their inception late last year, and we’re ecstatic to have them thrive in our facility. Catch them at the annual Rock And Roll Rumble tonight (April 7) for Night 5 of the preliminary round. The Rumble goes down at ONCE Ballroom, 156 Highland Ave. in Somerville, its home for the second straight year after the closing of the beloved T.T. The Bear’s Place in Cambridge.

Bandcamp:: nohopenoharm.bandcamp.com


YouTube:: “Pony Boy” by no hope/no harm

Instagram: @n0h0pen0harm

Our next show is Friday April 7 at @oncesomerville @rocknrollrumble #boston #somervillema #emo

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Rumble 2017