Rushville, Indiana based rock band The Easthills are currently recording their sophomore full length album with producer Doug Henthorn. The band has worked up over a dozen new songs that feature some soon to be announced special guests and a clear evolution in songwriting and sound.
In the midst of recording the new album The Eastills will be playing two special shows in April beginning this Friday, April 3 in downtown Indianapolis as part of the NCAA March Madness Music Festival. The band will play the second stage at 5:45pm followed by Weezer on the main stage at 6:30 and Imagine Dragons after. In late April, The Easthills will support Swedish rock band Europe (“The Final Countdown” & more) for their rare Indiana appearance at The Vogue in Broad Ripple in Sunday, April 26. The NCAA March Madness Festival is a free admission event. The late April show with Europe at The Vogue is on sale now via Ticketmaster.
“We haven’t played out since last November, so it is a welcome break to get out and play a few shows before we finish up the record,” said Hank Campbell. “The new music is turning out great and is really a big step up for the band, we can’t wait to share it with everyone.”
The Easthills will perform on a series of shows this June and then tour in support of the new album in late summer and into the fall.
More about the April 2015 shows:
NCAA March Madness Music Festival
Friday, April 3
White River State Park
The Easthills perform 5:45-6:30pm
Full festival schedule here: http://www.ncaa.com/marchmadness/musicfest/schedule
Europe with special guest The Easthills
Sunday, April 26
More information here: http://www.thevogue.com/event/765557-europe-indianapolis/