Ladyhawk to Release Dcumentary

news_ladyhawk.jpg"Let me Be Fictional", a documentary about Ladyhawk, is hitting the festival circuit and will be released later this year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Let me Be Fictional", a documentary about Ladyhawk, is hitting the festival circuit and will be released later this year.

In "Let Me Be Fictional", Vancouver based indie-rock band, Ladyhawk, face their past, uniquely deal with society’s view of what makes a functioning adult and consume vast quantities of sangria during the process of recording their second album Shots .

Ladyhawk are four-man group that formed in 2003. Although they formed in Vancouver, all four grew up in the same rural city in British Columbia. For their sophomore album, the band decided to return to their hometown of Kelowna and rent an old gutted farmhouse as the site of the recordings. The unique space is an escape from their everyday lives and adds to the atmospheric tone of their songs. Plus, because there is no running water, the band must use a bucket as a urinal.

During the 10 days in Kelowna, they reflect on their past which informs their future, they encounter people they grew up with, they enjoy themselves at a Pride Tiger concert, and they allows themselves the luxury of concentrating on their music.

While returning to Vancouver to complete the record, their touring van, full with instruments, flips over in the snowstorm. They all survive without injury, finish the record in a hurried 2 days, and begin a 6-week tour that ends in a picturesque seaside town.

A trailer for the film can be found here:

http://www.letmebefictional.com/ 
or, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbnvPP8HaHo

  

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