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Help Yesterdrive Play At "All That Matters", In Singapore

We aren't models representing the state in a beauty pageant, neither are we sportspersons or civil service aspirants, but we are also doing our share of bringing laurels to the state , the region and Country by our sheer hardwork and determination in our chosen creative field.
This invitation is a testimony that our talents are recognized internationally, and an invitation coming from  a destination like Singapore, speaks volumes.
But, when we are independently trying to make our state proud, discouraging is the fact that we hardly get any local support. And what a shame it is that we are compelled to give up on this huge opportunity since we are short of financial aid. This is also morally discouraging for us because we as a band work so hard for opportunities like this. wish we had the same opportunity like our counterparts from other states ,gets encouragement from their people ,organisation and government..

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9th September 2017
Dear Supporters,

Yesterdrive has reached Singapore :).

They will be playing tonight

A BIG THANK YOU to all the supporters, from the band.
1st September 2017


Premiere: Watch Yesterdrive’s Adorable New Music Video ‘Ok Hope’

It seems like the glimmering guitar licks of Itanagar indie rockers Yesterdrive seem to find a match in the visual language of Brazilian filmmakers, and not for the first time.

Filmmaker duo Leo Longo and Diana Boccara – producing music videos under the moniker Couple of Things – first worked with Yesterdrive for their global music project Around the World in 80 Music Videos in late 2015, for their song “Dread.” So thrilled were Yesterdrive with the results that they asked the duo to direct the music video to their latest single “Ok Hope” straight from Sao Paulo. The video follows a date by the beach and a lesson in dating etiquette demonstrated by a bunny-headed couple, which is not too surreal thanks to its cute quotient.

The release comes after a few months of uncertainty for Yesterdrive, who moved back to Itanagar from New Delhi and enlisted new drummer Teji Toko (from metallers Sacred Secrecy). Along the way of rebuilding, synth player Kabir Jamatia applied to perform at the Music Matters festival in Singapore. He says with a laugh, “We got the invitation right after my birthday. Best birthday gift ever.”

The band joins electro-rock duo FuzzCulture, guitar virtuoso Ravi Iyer and pop rock artist Alobo Naga as part of ‘Sounds of India’ showcase at the festival and a club show between September 9th and 13th. Once they’re back in India, Yesterdrive will perform in Gurugram (September 15th), New Delhi (September 22nd, part of the second edition of rock gig series Kerplunk) and Rangpo, Sikkim (at the Stereo Valley Music Fiesta on September 23rd), where guitarist Takar Nabam (formerly of prog metallers Guillotine) will stand in for Haggai Rongmei, but the full lineup will come together for their set at Bacardi NH7 Weeekender in Meghalaya between October 27th and 28th.

31st August 2017
Tickets booked :).
Music matters has announced the names. Thank you all for the support. This would not have been possible without your help.

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raised of Rs.300,000 goal

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Supporters (14)

10Zing donated Rs.5,000
11 months ago

Great initiative taken by the fundraising committee. All the very best to yesterdrive have a pleasant journey reach safe and sound make your mark over there make land of rising sun and the entire country proud and reach back safe and sound. Blessings of Almighty be with you all.

Tj donated Rs.2,500
11 months ago

All the best. Lolipop

Anonymous donated Rs.100,000
11 months ago
Takar donated Rs.2,500
11 months ago
Rachita donated Rs.200
11 months ago
chandan donated Rs.2,500
11 months ago

go yesterdrive go...