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The Adarna

by The Adarna

Uptempo rock from Seattle with aggressive pop twist. Compared to Billy Idol meets Muse.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Leave These Parts of Us Behind
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2. Honestly
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3. Smell of Gasoline
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4. Marry Me
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5. We're Not So Close
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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☆The Adarna [pronounced uh-darr-nuh] is a Seattle based, rock band which combines a base of high energy rock and roll with an uptempo groove that keeps anything within 50 yards moving to the sound. The Adarna's sound was created by the collaboration of Will Moore (vocals, guitar) and Andrea Jasek (guitar) beginning in 2010. The project came together from the ashes of the band Veritas, notable for their relentless touring schedule of 200+ shows per year and their polished studio chops. This along with the addition of Jeremiah Hazel helped add an irresistable fire and groove to the band.

☆The Adarna's debut record has been created to harness the feeling of good ole' fashion rock and roll with an accessible pop hook fueled by a DIY attitude consisting of sweat, anger, passion and rebirth.


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M Henley

pleasant suprise
very impressed by this local band

Wayne Delate

Very dynamic
I'll admit, I don't listen to very much new music now-a-days. I grew up listening to music with big hooks and not very much production. So it's wonderful to see that there are still bands out there holding true to rock and roll standards with big choruses. I recommend checking out Smell of Gasoline. Very dynamic song with great lyrics. I'm excited for the adarna to come to Ohio.