After touring in support of LongwaveGÇÖs fourth album, Secrets Are Sinister, frontman Steve Schiltz took some time off to record a solo set of songs. The music was mellow, nocturnal, and atmospheric, a far cry from Longwave's steamroller indie rock. Working quickly, Schiltz recorded the material in his basement -- pulling triple duty as composer, musician, and sound engineer -- and prepared to release an album under the moniker Hurricane Bells. Two months before the albumGÇÖs scheduled release, though, GÇ£MonstersGÇ¥ appeared on the platinum-selling soundtrack to [RoviLink="VW"]New Moon, the second installment of the popular [RoviLink="VW"]Twilight movie series. The resulting attention transformed Hurricane Bells from a small side project into a genuine buzz band, and Schiltz spent the bulk of 2010 touring behind the group's debut, Tonight Is the Ghost. ~ Andrew LeaheyPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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