The collective resume shared by Sal Costa, Dave Benedict, Bryan Crouch, and Daryl Ralph reads like a well-curated playlist of dark modern rock melody. Individually, they’ve spent years learning the ropes, perfecting their craft, and surviving the perils of the music industry as members of Canadian rock fixtures My Darkest Days, Default, Hail The Villain, and Sons of Butcher. Now they have come together as BONDS OF MARA to forge an organic new sound, propelled by intensity, groove, raw punk energy, and honest, confessional lyrics
Since coming together less than a year ago, the group made a serious splash within the rock community with the release of their debut single, Lights Out, which was an aptly titled and compelling icebreaker for the band, giving audiences a sense of what to expect in the future. The track climbed the Rock Radio charts in Canada to #15.
Their new single, Killed The Love, has just been released and the band is currently touring in support of the new track.
“We are so excited to release this new track to the world,” said Costa. “To create songs with people you love is more than any musician can ask for. We are really excited about this track as it encompasses who we are as musicians. The coolest part of all is that the music video was actually shot and directed by our bassist Dave!”.
Bonds of Mara Tour Dates Winter 2020:
Feb 20 Calgary, AB – Dicken’s Pub
Feb 22 Edmonton, AB – Starlite
FEB 26 Hamilton, ON – Casbah
FEB 27 London, ON – Rum Runners
FEB 28 Waterloo, ON – Starlight Social Club
FEB 29 Oshawa, ON – The Music Hall Concert Theatre
MAR 04 Niagara Falls, ON – Willie John’s Big Easy
MAR 05 Toronto, ON – Horseshoe Tavern
MAR 06 Barrie, ON – The Foxx Lounge Rock Bar & Hotdoggery
MAR 11 Owen Sound, ON – The Harb
MAR 12 Ottawa, ON – Maverick’s
MAR 13 Kingston, ON – Overtime
MAR 14 Peterborough, ON – Red Dog w/ Revive The Rose
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