Thank you all for your ❤ and support, we’ve had a wonderful time making music together and are very excited to play our final Ninja show at THE MIDDLE EAST UPSTAIRS on SATURDAY, JUNE 11. The show has some kinda theme, but for us, the theme is “PARTY LIKE YOU’RE A NINJA AND IT’S YOUR LAST PERFORMANCE AS SUCH”. Needless to say, there will be some crazy shenanigans mixed in with the happy pop rock you know and love.
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Here in Hello Ninja world, we’ve been busy putting together a second video for your viewing and listening pleasure! We are pleased to present “Fever”, our latest endeavor with acclaimed director Kevin James and producer Matt Newcomb!
This is what happens when four kids share a motel room and have 6 hours of free time. The Ninjas arrived in New London way early and checked into the Super 8 in Groton. They found a Starbucks in Stop ‘n Shop, bought disposable cameras at Walmart, and then passed Sally’s Beauty Supply on the way back. Will Deeks didn’t stand a chance. Sources say he was a very good sport about the entire bleaching incident.
We’re outta here! Hang out with us at Firehouse 13 in Providence tonight! Details on our BANDCAMP page. See you local kids on Sat at PA’s Lounge!
Hello Ninja has released their recently-completed EP, “Singles Club Vol. 1” on January 27, 2011.
I suppose it’s unnerving, really. Yeah, we stopped blogging months ago, so what? Didn’t you all see ‘s tweet? The internet is dead! Gone! Invest in war bonds and get off of Facebook! But do you people listen? No, of course not, you bother us at our JOBS. That’s right; we work for a living! You’d think we could live off our self-satisfaction alone, but you’d be wrong.
“Baby It’s You” is a song written by Burt Bacharach, Luther Dixon and Mack David and released as a single by The Shirelles in 1961. The Beatles performed it in their live set from 1961 until 1963, when they recorded it and released it on “Please Please Me”. However, the song peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1969, when Smith released their soulful take on the traditional arrangement. Here at Hello Ninja HQ, we are pleased to present you with a live performance of our heroes Hello Ninja tackling this historic track at The Middle East in Cambridge.
ALLSTON, MA – Mixed reviews from various local taste-makers have plagued the latest release from The Ninjas. Of the reviews, Hello Ninja drummer Anthony Geehan responds, “Not everyone’s going to think that the seeds we plant will grow into roses, and we respect that. Still, he admits, “It is a little disappointing. We were hoping to convince all the non-believers out there.”
In the interest of impartial journalism, a majority of Hello Ninja consented to re-post responses from their most outspoken critics. “I don’t understand why we’re doing this,” argues Ninja front woman Cat Basile. “I already gave the track my seal of approval. ‘All the Mad Men’ is a 2:40 shot of rock ‘n roll, with lyrics and everything!”