By Dave Herrera | Oct. 19, 2016 | 8:15 a.m.
Christmas is coming early for rock fans.
In case you missed it, Rose Hill Drive is making a bit of a comeback. Last week on its website, the band posted a simple message: Stay tuned.
Curious fans who clicked on the “shows” link found that the band has booked two shows in December, one at the Larimer Lounge on Saturday, December 17, and New Year’s Eve show in Ft. Collins at Hodi’s Half Note.
The good news is this is more than just a one-off. It’s coming with new music. The Boulder-based outfit is currently finishing work on a new, as-yet-titled album at Coupe Studios in its hometown.
Nothing is set in stone at this point, but things are looking promising in terms of the band being active again and playing more shows. According to drummer Nate Barnes — who’s been backing Ryan Bingham during the act’s downtime, along with Daniel Sproul and Jimmy Stofer — the band plans to finish the album, play some shows and see where it goes from there.
Tickets for the Denver show, which will also feature Other Worlds, are on sale now at TicketFly for $10-$12, while tickets for the Ft. Collins show are $20 in advance ($25 for under 21) and also available through TicketFly.