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Teens in 90’s grunge band to rock at Kelowna’s Revelry

Freeze the Fall will perform at the Revelry on April 6
Freeze the Fall will perform at the Revelry on April 6. (Freeze the Fall/Submitted)

Rising stars from Kelowna are preparing to rock at the Revelry.

Rock music band Freeze the Fall is composed of 16-year-old Quinn on lead vocals and guitar, Aria, age 15, who plays guitar and provides backup vocals and 15-year-old Jonah on the drums.

On April 6, Freeze the Fall is hosting a preview listening party of their debut album Thrones at the Revelry. Local performing arts group KINSHIRA will provide pre show entertainment.

“We hope Kelowna rock fans will show up in numbers to celebrate the launch of this young band’s career rocking big stages,” said band manager Ginny Becker.

After being formed in the summer of 2022, Freeze the Fall has worked hard to raise money to record their album. During the process of recording and filming music videos the group collaborated with artists from Kelowna’s music and arts community to ensure every aspect of their debut album reflects their grungy, 90s rock vision.

“We are incredibly grateful to the fans and supporters who took a chance on us and helped make this EP possible through their generosity and belief in our music,” said the band. “Their contributions and the support of local experts made this dream possible.”

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Jacqueline Gelineau

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