Chilled Clarity and Mudsharks 3 at Echo Room

It's been a while since Chilled Clarity has performed locally, and they're stoked to get on stage at the Echo Room.

Members of band Chilled Clarity are gearing up for a great gig along with the Mudsharks 3 on July 4 at the Echo Room.

Members of local rock band Chilled Clarity are gearing up for a great gig on July 4 at the Echo Room.

They’ll be joined by another indie band, The Mudsharks 3, who play a blend of rock, alt rock and heavy country.

It’s been a while since Chilled Clarity has performed for crowds in Chilliwack, and they’re looking forward to it.

“It’s weird, I’ve always been more nervous playing closer to home,” says lead singer Bronson Rasmussen.

They plan to share what they’re up to musically, including some new band members.

“Our summer should be very exciting with our first music video shoot coming up,” says Rasmussen.

Chilled Clarity has been working with Andrew Gerard bring their song ‘Claire’ to life on film.

“This is our next big step,” he adds.

The boys will be taking the stage with a band that Rasmussen has some connection to through his day job.

“I know the Mudsharks’ drummer, Doug Neufeld, quite well. We work together at Ecycle Solutions, and we often talk rock music. He is celebrating his birthday that night, and it’s the big Five-O, so I’m gladly sharing the occasion.”

See more at http://chilledclarity.com or check out the Mudsharks 3 on Facebook.

 

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