Hoyotoho hosted a party last night at 1111 Studio to promote the release of its self-titled debut album. And, in doing so, it put on a "Videopera in 8 Parts."
Flanked by two large video projections of singing portraits, the band played to a packed crowd of very well-dressed fans. An exhibition of art made by local painters had been installed in the space as well. The paintings were up for sale, and the drinks were free.
See more of the Dragon Street performance in the slideshow.
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