Nelson’s The Hillties are hosting a launch party for their new single on March 2 at Mike’s Place Pub. Photo submitted

The Hillties throwing launch party for new single

The Nelson band will debut “Moving On” on March 2

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The Hillties are set to release their brand new single Movin On with a fully animated music video at their video release party on March 2 at Mike’s Place Pub.

In celebration of this event Nelson Brewing Company has named a beer after the boys, The Hillties White IPA, which is available now at the NBC Tasting Room and will be on tap at Mike’s Place starting March 2.

Legion HQ (Music Support Group) based in Kelowna and Mountain Herb Collective based in Squamish have also come on board in sponsoring the project, along with local sponsors Hume Hotel, Nelson Brewing Company and Ripping Giraffe Boardshop.

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