Hong Kong alt-rock band Seasons for Change are certainly more known for their heartfelt, arena-shattering, tracks, but the dudes in the band are predominantly raised on hardcore, punk, and metal. Their latest full-length ‘Petals of Tomorrow’ (2019 – streaming below) is certainly full of tracks that seamlessly blend indie rock and emo with more mainstream rock elements, but when you get to a particular track called ‘Phoenix’ clearly the band couldn’t hold back their original influences.
Even with the issues of the pandemic, Seasons for Change had an amazing year in 2020 constantly being invited to play webstream shows or private events. The band is gearing up to play one of their biggest shows in Hong Kong on July 10 and 11 called Unison Fest featuring 20 Hong Kong bands. Tickets went on sale a few days ago and within hours sold out – probably not hard to do when a couple of the bands in the lineup are gigantic mainstream pop acts with a humongous following (Kolor and Rubberband). For more info on the fest click HERE.
The band rules – can’t WAIT to hear what the band has been cooking up since their 2019 release.