We Are Hex goes on hiatus 

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The Indy-based band We Are Hex announced yesterday that it was going on "indefinite hiatus" and would not be playing any September shows, including a concert this Saturday at White Rabbit Cabaret. Lead singer Jill Weiss said via e-mail that the band was taking a break so that she might attend to her health.

"Indefinite" may be an operative phrase here, but the signature to Weiss's e-mail reads like a tombstone: "We Are Hex: Feb 2007 - Aug 2011." Posts to the band's Facebook and now-offline website (wearehex.com) include the same epitaph.

As late as last week, We Are Hex was planning to record in San Francisco in September with Melvins producer Tim Green. They also had a busy month of shows planned, including a string of dates in California. We Are Hex found significant success earlier this year, recording a seven-inch with Jack White at his Third Man Studios and joining the roster of the Windish booking agency.

Here's video from a 2010 We Are Hex show taped by MonkeyEatsMonkey. White was reportedly inspired to work with the band after seeing MonkeyEatsMonkey's videos of their live performances.

We Are Hex - Birthplace of the Mystics from MonkeyEatsMonkey on Vimeo.


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