Hurricane Bells Announces 2nd Album

Fan-funded through
PledgeMusic campaign.


By Blurt Staff


Hurricane Bells has inked Oct. 25 as the release date for sophomore
album Tides and Tales, via band
architect Steve Schiltz’s own Invisible Brigades label. As with the debut Tonight Is The Ghost, the album was
produced and mixed entirely by Schiltz (longtime front man of Longwave), at his
Olé Recording studio in Queens,
NY, last fall. This time,
however, he recorded the tracks with the help of a few friends, including Ashen
Keilyn (Scout), a Hurricane Bells touring mainstay; Justin Furstenfeld (Blue
October); and Christian Bongers (bass) and Colin Brooks (drums), who round out
the Hurricane Bells live band.


In early June, Hurricane Bells launched a PledgeMusic
campaign to support the completion of Tides and Tales.  The campaign will
remain underway for another three weeks and the funds raised will directly
contribute to the manufacturing, touring and promotion of the album. Multiple
incentives are being offered to fans for pledging, including exclusive vinyl,
signed CDs and t-shirts, and a house concert by the band, among many others. Hurricane
Bells will also donate a portion of all PledgeMusic campaign proceeds to the
nonprofit Education Through Music (
For more information and to view a full list of pledge incentives:



I’ve Got A Second Chance


The Ghost Of Her

Blue Blue Moon

Hours Like Days

Piano Stunt

Let’s Go

House On Fire

Before I’m Gone

 If This Night Is Over

 Flowers In The Dirt

 The Hunger Moon



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