Brady Hearn from the band Essential End joins me on Revelator #184 to talk about the bands back ground and latest release titled “Deadwood”. Brady also shares a great story behind the art work for the EP.
Brady and I also talk about the unique dynamic of being in a band with his farther.
Essential End’s name implies death, everyone’s essential end. Is this what the band intends to convey with its name, and transferring this sentiment to the music it plays? Or does it imply that, enough is enough, the negative has to stop and its time for something positive to bloom? Lets find out and meet, Essential End.
Formed in 2014, Essential End hails from York, PA. They are a unique vision of a father and son along with their three best friends. EssentialEnd has gone the distance and conquered much ground in their short time together. Since the birth of the band they have opened for countless national acts on a regional level and believe that hard work and dedication are the necessary ingredients needed to constantly to improve their sound and perfect their music.
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