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Contact: [email protected] Web: twitter.com/LittleHurt Seeking: Film/TV Style: Alternative, Alt-Pop Led by Colin Dieden (the Mowgli’s), Little Hurt’s super-charged, darkly infectious songs brim with a crackling electrical energy, especially when Dieden’s close-miked rants team up with the band’s gang-chant backup vocals for a singalong attack that thoroughly drives home each tune’s chorus. The biographical “Messed Up” is instantly memorable, while the optimistic, party-spirited “Alaska” details the doomed protagonist’s next bad life decision. “My Head Hurts,” with its powerhouse chorus, could be a festival favorite. It’s exciting to hear a band’s material so aptly presented, with a clean, yet daring production touch […]

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The Mowgli’s, are excited to announce a new virtual concert performance taking place at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory via augmented reality on mobile phones. The new app-based platform will be available for download beginning today on both iPhone and Android devices. In support of their virtual debut, The Mowgli’s have prepared a career-spanning set of fan favorites as the music collective marks its tenth anniversary since formation in 2010.  Says the band: “When COVID hit, like most artists, we were all concerned about not being able to play shows for a while. Luckily, this opportunity came our way, and it’s unlike anything we’ve ever done. When we saw the technology utilized to bring the performance to life, our minds were blown. Now you can enjoy a Mowgli’s concert from anywhere, directly off your phone, and maybe scratch that concert itch we’re all missing so much this year.” By simply downloading the free app at www.onelink.to/mowglis fans have the ability to launch their digital concert-going experience on-demand wherever they please using Buzznog’s cutting edge technologies. After using the phone’s camera to virtually place the AR stage, fans can then seamlessly engage with the performance itself with a variety of interactive features including […] For more, go to: TheGirlsAtTheRockShow.com (Source)