The Weathering Concert HK Duo Debut Album Concert

[11/01/13] 

The Weathering, a Hong Kong musical duo consisting of Leora and Jeff Caylor, are releasing their debut album at the end of the month. The couple will be performing at the launch event in Quarry Bay - and they’re well worth seeing. We receive regular emails from ‘up and coming’ HK bands asking us to promote their stuff but most of the time they sound worse than silence so the Caylors are a breath of fresh air. Check out their debut single December Lights, for size. Bar the pained expressions, it’s really quite enjoyable.

The album release on February 1 will consist of a concert played to a 300-strong audience, with the opening act taking to the stage at 8pm followed by The Weathering. Critically, they'll have a small wine bar at the event which should give you enough confidence to bob around to the music without feeling like a total plonker. There’s nothing like going to your first gig in years only to realise you’ve forgotten ‘how to do it’.

Entry costs HK$50 which isn’t too bad when you consider what else you pay for nights out in HK, and it’d probably a good shout for a date. Show her there’s more to you than the last person she made love to and all that. If you like what you hear, the band’s debut album The Sea Cares for Its Own, will be available to purchase at the end of the gig or available to download on iTunes. No Dad dancing allowed.

Weather the storm.


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