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The Kids We Used To Know from US rocks Dimapur

Dimapur, Dec 6
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Published on 6 Dec. 2017 11:44 PM IST
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The Kids We Used To Know, band from Montana, US, was one of the band that took the stage for  competition on Day 2 at the Hornbill International Rock Contest (HIRC) 2017 preliminary round. Speaking to DPRO Dimapur, a member of the band informed that the band ‘The Kids We Use To Know’ was formed one and a half years back and it was formed basically to work with adults and Youth with troubled life. 
“We feel for adults who has gone through addiction, depression and troubled life so we want to connect with them so that they don’t get into those stuffs,” the band member expressed. 
Reminiscing about our Youth days we feel that life has become very complicated these days and we want to connect with the youth through music so that they don’t get astray, he maintained. 
The band members informed that this is their first ever overseas performance. They also said that they love the people of Nagaland for their friendliness, the spicy food, the green scenery and the cool weather.
(DIPR)

 
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