Holy White Hounds
Crusen’s Farmington, Peoria, Illinois
Holy White Hounds band hails from Des Moines, Iowa so they ventured to Peoria, Illinois to give rock fans some of their solid rock style. The band’s sound can be described as similar to Queens of The Stone Age or Foo Fighters. Their live show is fun and they really interact with the fans and give the fans a personalized experience.
Crusen’s on Farmington Road is an older bar that has been remodeled with lots of room inside and out. They have fresh popped popcorn for their patrons. Although the show was on a Thursday, there was plenty of fans that came out to see the band perform. Local openers Aterra Tale and Flannel Mouth rocked Crusen’s before Holy White Hounds took the stage.
Holy White Hounds’ song “Switchblade” has just cracked the the top 10 of active rock radio play by reaching number 10. The song is catchy with a melody that catches like Beck’s “Loser”. You can watch the video for it here.
Holy White Hounds consist of vocalist/guitarist, Brenton Dean, bassist, Ambrose Lupercal, guitarist, James Manson, and drummer, Seth Luloff.
Before their set, we talked to the guys in the band and learned where origin of the band name came from and other fun tidbits about the bands. Watch our interview here:
For more about Holy White Hounds, go to their website: