Canton-based indie rock band Bee Children is proud to announce the release of its second album, Gather The Exiles. Recorded and mixed at EHJ Studios in Canton and mastered at Treelady Studios in Pittsburgh, the album features nine original songs, led by the propulsive single “Get Free,” the video for which was filmed at the Java Barn on the St. Lawrence University campus.
Will Havens of The Hill News reports on the recent Bee Children "Get Free" video shoot held at The Java Barn on the campus of St. Lawrence University.
Canton, NY-based indie rock band Bee Children will film a video for its new single, "Get Free," at a free public event on Tuesday, Feb. 27 at 8:00 p.m. at the Java Barn on the campus of St. Lawrence University. Local music fans are invited to come and participate in the video and also hear a short live performance by the band, including songs from Bee Children's forthcoming second album.
NCPR interns Claire Mendes and Kelsey Mattison shared an audio postcard from the our recent gig in Massena's Springs Park.
R.O. O'Donnell reviews Veranophonic: "This is the eccentric flickering of the Bee Children's wings, their Northern gathering of pleasant-sounding souls that exposes a world that still sorely needs a Woody Guthrie crying to the masses "keep your hoping machine alive!" With that, there is something quite strange about this light and airy album with its many darkened corridors."