This is Who We Are

This is Who We Are

This is Who We Are

directed by Art & Industry, Inc.

starring JT Woodruff, Micah Carli, Casey Calvert, Eron Buciarelli, Matt Ridenour

With a gold record and another CD waiting to be released, the guys of Hawthorne Heights released their very first DVD for their fans. This is Who We Are documents the band on the road, with behind-the-scenes footage, live performances and three new tracks. While the guys wait to release their next album, If Only You Were Lonely, they decided to give their fans a taste of what their lives have been like since they emerged on the scene. The DVD documents their Warped Tour performance, along with several live performances from stops on their Never Sleep Again Tour. Fans are also given access to the making of their new CD, as well as music videos and much more.

This is Who We Are allows you to follow the guys and get to know more about them than what you would read in any magazine. It’s a typical band DVD — full of jokes and random backstage scenes; for a fan, it’s perfect. It gives you a taste of life on the road and is something to quench your thirst for Hawthorne Heights until the release date of If Only You Were Lonely.

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