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This tour is fast approaching and we're excited to see you all on our journey across the country. We've been racing around and working hard to put together a show we know you'll love. We'll be keeping a tour blog so you can be a part of this crazy ride. Be sure to follow us on twitter (@hearexplosions) as well. We're going to be giving out some free stuff like tickets to our shows... Even the ones that are sold out! We got a flip cam so we'll be posting videos. Everyone please check out the somehearexplosions channel on YouTube and subscribe to our shenanigans. We can't wait to see you!

SOME HEAR EXPLOSIONS Kick Off Fall Tour with LIGHTS OVER PARIS; Offer Free Download

Some Hear Explosions, the collective team of ex-The Mercy Kiss guitarist/vocalist Bay Dariz and singer Ambre Leigh along with the combined rhythm section of Alex Gallner on bass and Joe Herrera on drums, has exploded onto the music scene with an innovative sound and a debut album entitled 'It’s Our Time Now'. In support, the band will take their live act on the road, supporting Lights Over Paris.

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Picksysticks.com reviews "It's Our Time Now"

Ambre Leigh of Some Hear Explosions performs at Viper Room

With a combination of aggressive and sensual melodies, “It’s Our Time Now” is a confident debut album that compliments Bay Dariz’s hard and heavy guitar with Ambre Leigh’s sultry yet bold vocals. And she sings every note like she means it, especially from the emotional ballad, ‘Too Forgiving’ to the infectious ‘Beep.' And with the dance hall crashing, "Baby Won't Kiss You (kiss my lips)," S.H.E. showcases their electro/pop side proving their musical range isn't confined to just rock. It’s this delicate transition from hard rock to beautiful ballads to electro/pop that makes Some Hear Explosions appeal to their fans.

Read the full review at www.picksysticks.com - click here...
August 7, 2010Posted by admin in News, Tour

Fall Tour!

We're gearing up for our Fall Tour w/ Lights Over Paris!  For more information, visit our tour page.  Tickets are selling out fast so hurry up and get them while you still can.  We can't wait to see you!

Some Hear Explosions interview on TheCoolTV

Interview and live performance from TheCoolTV stage at SUMMERFEST 2010

June 29, 2010Posted by admin in News, Press

OnMilwaukee.com Summerfest 2010 Review



Some Hear Explosions performed Tuesday night at Summerfest.
With an hour-long spot at the Cool TV Rock Stage, the trio played all 11 tracks from its new disc -- though not in order. Dariz told me Some Hear Explosions, with melodic, driving beats, is the kind of band that fans of The Killers or Garbage might appreciate. I'll agree with that assessment.

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June 28, 2010Posted by admin in Press

OnMilwaukee.com - Catching up with Some Hear Explosions

One of the best parts of Summerfest is the opportunity to hear local music on the big stage. Los Angeles' Some Hear Explosions isn't exactly local, but two out of its three members do hail from Wisconsin. Read full article at www.OnMilwaukee.com - click here...

Picksysticks.com reviews Viper Room show

Ambre Leigh of Some Hear Explosions Ambre Leigh of Some Hear Explosions / photo by picksysticks

With their in-your-face anthem-like songs like “It’s Our Time Now,” you’d expect lead singer Ambre Leigh to be drowned out by their abrasive and colorful sounds but she easily rises and pushes forward with her commanding vocals. While in the ballad-esque, “Amazing,” Leigh’s voice resonates like a silky web of barbed-wire.

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June 27, 2009Posted by admin in News, Press

Summerfest a nice homecoming for L.A.'s Some Hear Explosions



The band played a tight, 11-song, 45-minute set, and this latest incarnation of Dariz's music still manages to challenge its listeners, but in a good way. Songs like "Give Take" displayed interesting chord progressions that ranged from driving rock to a little glam. At times, Some Hear Explosions sounds like Morphine; other times like Spacehog and Morcheeba. Their final song, "Our Time Now" reminded me of Blondie and The B-52s, if you can believe that.

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Some Hear Explosions on “The Morning Blend” NBC 4 Milwaukee – part 2

Some Hear Explosions are interviewed and perform live on "The Morning Blend" NBC 4 Milwaukee - part 2

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