When: March 16, 2019
Where: Old East 765, London Ontario
It may have been 2 am and most of the Juno festivities were over but Hometown kept the music going at the Junofest show at Old East 765 in London, Ontario. Hometown is a band that recently came into the rock scene and recently released their self titled EP. Their music mostly focuses on emotional hardship and the tough times in one’s life. They are a band that strives to be real and authentic but at the same time want to have fun and make people smile. Their performance that night was a lively, fun but emotional and intimate at the same time. As a band, they are ones to keep an eye on.
Connect with Home Town:
I’m Marek, 25 year old photographer from London, Ontario. And am following my love and passion for music. If I’m not taking pictures you can find me in the moshpits or crowd surfing. Concerts mean so much to me, that feeling of connectedness I feel as the crowd and artists interact is a beautiful moment. The past few years have been a time of self grow and a lot of change and music has always been there for. After changing career choices and picking up a camera again my love for capturing those raw emotional moments at concerts came back. And with how much I love local and Canadian bands and have seen them grow from nobodys to nationally known acts (thinking about you Seaway, Bearings and Like Pacific) I couldn’t help but reach out to Canadian Beats love supporting Canadian acts.