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About 764-HERO

Lit amongst the embers of seminal Seattle act Hush Harbor and Bell Jar, 764-Hero took to the West Coast with their fiery, aggressive brand of emotionally-driven Indie Rock in 1996. Originally a duo, John Atkins (guitar/vox) and Polly Johnson (drums) have adopted Red Stars Theory contributor James Bertram into their fold, adding sonic depth and sophistication to their off-the-cuff, anthemic rock stylings. Adhering to club guidelines set by such covert contemporaries as Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, and Quasi, 764-Hero choose their chords wisely, avoiding Classic Rock redundancy and remaining derivative only of their neighbors across the street.

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Lit amongst the embers of seminal Seattle act Hush Harbor and Bell Jar, 764-Hero took to the West Coast with their fiery, aggressive brand of emotionally-driven Indie Rock in 1996. Originally a duo, John Atkins (guitar/vox) and Polly Johnson (drums) have adopted Red Stars Theory contributor James Bertram into their fold, adding sonic depth and sophistication to their off-the-cuff, anthemic rock stylings. Adhering to club guidelines set by such covert contemporaries as Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, and Quasi, 764-Hero choose their chords wisely, avoiding Classic Rock redundancy and remaining derivative only of their neighbors across the street.

About 764-HERO

Lit amongst the embers of seminal Seattle act Hush Harbor and Bell Jar, 764-Hero took to the West Coast with their fiery, aggressive brand of emotionally-driven Indie Rock in 1996. Originally a duo, John Atkins (guitar/vox) and Polly Johnson (drums) have adopted Red Stars Theory contributor James Bertram into their fold, adding sonic depth and sophistication to their off-the-cuff, anthemic rock stylings. Adhering to club guidelines set by such covert contemporaries as Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, and Quasi, 764-Hero choose their chords wisely, avoiding Classic Rock redundancy and remaining derivative only of their neighbors across the street.

About 764-HERO

Lit amongst the embers of seminal Seattle act Hush Harbor and Bell Jar, 764-Hero took to the West Coast with their fiery, aggressive brand of emotionally-driven Indie Rock in 1996. Originally a duo, John Atkins (guitar/vox) and Polly Johnson (drums) have adopted Red Stars Theory contributor James Bertram into their fold, adding sonic depth and sophistication to their off-the-cuff, anthemic rock stylings. Adhering to club guidelines set by such covert contemporaries as Built to Spill, Modest Mouse, and Quasi, 764-Hero choose their chords wisely, avoiding Classic Rock redundancy and remaining derivative only of their neighbors across the street.