Dark Suburb to launch debut album ‘’The Start Looks Like The End’’ on February 17
Ghanaian alternative rock band, Dark Suburb set to launch their début album ‘’The Start Looks Like The End’’ together with a concert on February, 17 2017 at Alliance Francaise, Accra.
The band since bursting onto the music scenes in Ghana, have received nominations for several awards. Notable among them are the VGMA’s, 4syte MVAs, AFRIMMA awards. The band wears skeleton masks to highlight the point of their shared humanity and to remind the world that we are one people regardless of sex, race or social status.
They fuse all styles of music, especially African rhythms, with rock. The band constitutes 5 musicians and a poet who acts as their Chief Priest. Legend has it that the Chief Priest evoked them from the dead to come and entertain and educate the world through the most expressive style of music, rock.
Prior to the release of the album, the band made a courtesy visit to the residence of the British High Commissioner to Ghana, Mr. Jon Benjamin to deliver the first copy of their yet to be released début album. The commissioner took to his official Twitter page to express his profound gratitude for being the first to receive a copy of the album.
The band has shared stage with some of Africa’s biggest names including Diamond Platnumz from Tanzania at the just ended AFRIMMA 2016 in Nigeria. The band is ready to give to fans nothing, but a great compilation of good music. The album features the likes of Edem, Wiyaala, E.L and Black Snake Mona from the United States. Couple of singles which have been released off the album has received a huge applaud from fans and stakeholders.
Dark Suburb under the supervision of their new management is ready to serve Ghanaians with nothing but good music.