- Vera City is Breaching Vista’s 2nd release on Engineer.
- 8 city CD release tour in Ontario throughout May. Summer Festival shows in the works.
- Shooting video for their 1st single from the album “Sleep” this Summer.
- We are the Way
- Forgive You
- Give me a Reason
- Run with the Punches
- Wrath of Nyre
- Goodbye, So Long
- Little Thoughts
About this Release
“Epic” is a descriptor that gets thrown around much too often, especially as of late. But once in awhile, a band comes around with intentions so grand and a sound even more limitless that there is no other choice but to give them the credit they deserve: they are epic, and the inspiration they provide for their fans knows no limits. Right from the opening rush of the scorching lead-off track from their upcoming album, Kitchener’s Breaching Vista become that band. Out now on Bright Side Records in Canada and soon on Engineer Records in the rest f the world, the release of Vera City will quickly move listeners to put their fists in the air and set their eyes on the immeasurable horizon.
Many are already familiar with Breaching Vista through their debut EP Breaking The View and having shared the stage with notable acts such as Down With Webster, USS, Protest the Hero, Finger Eleven, Stereos, and Hedley. They’ve played to crowds over 10,000 for the last 3 years after landing the closing Canada Day ceremonies in their hometown, participated in festivals including 2010’s ‘Beat Rocks The Block’ and ‘Rock The Mill’ and most recently opened up Canadian Music Week at the Sirius Satellite Radio party. And now to their series of great achievements they will add Vera City; the perfect introduction to the four piece’s unique brand of toe-tapping, pop-leaning glory infused with a punchy, hard-rock edge.
“The work ethic and passion behind Breaching Vista is incredible. This talented Kitchener-based band is ready to make a big impact in Canada’s music scene and beyond.” – Mr. D, Music Director, 91.5 The Beat
“It’s hard to dispute that Breaching Vista is one of the hardest working local bands in the region.” – Echo Weekly
“Though this type of music has been done before (think Billy Talent, Sum 41, Jimmy Eat World, etc), it is not often done this well. When it comes to this particular brand of aggressive-yet-accessible radio-rock, Breaching Vista are exemplary representatives of their ilk.” – The Record