Rona HartriantGuitar / Lead Vocal
eleventwelfth embarks on a different lane you cannot conceive, a lane in which they do not only verbalize their pain, anger and sadness, but also confer about something that they can always rely on, something about life, devotion and absence.
eleventwelfth starts as a duo musical project by Rona Hartriant and Almas Makitsuna in 2014 and later joined by Yogawerda Kessawa and get helped from Tirta Petir Saputra a year later, thus marks a new start from eleventwelfth that expands itself into a passionate project from all of its member.
Combining many aspects on music they love, eleventwelfth finally estab- lished their signature sound in late 2015 and released their first single “later on” accompanied with a Music Video which can be downloaded on Bandcamp for free. Their tunes mix everything in between of what you want to hear, an instrumentalisation of emotion which goes hand in hand with outspoken honesty.
In early 2016, eleventwelfth began recording their debut EP. After several months battling with idea to create what meant to be their self-actualiza- tion in art, they conclude the process with dignity, hoping to be heard by a lot of people that are trying to understand art in a peculiar perspective.
eleventwelfth is focusing their debut EP on the capacity to experience the pain of losing something important to you but you know you will never have it back as one of the member of the band just lost his father before they began their recording process because unfortunately, death is inevitable. These recurrent verses tell you about something you cannot avoid as you live your life wondering which one of you will be put to eter- nal rest earlier than anybody else.
As 2017 sets in front of their eyes, eleventwelfth is ready to go far in this world presenting their message in a collection of track with their self-ti- tled debut EP. They’re not just chanting you a refrain at the end of each stanza, they are presenting you a narrative, a plot to where your life would be and a feature to describe your manifold emotion.
Pride is not what they’re after, it is the satisfaction that keeps them going. They do this for themselves, for the sake of having a monumental back- ground to the definitive chapter of their lives. They do not hope if you can relate to this, but just to tell you in advance, you might be.
eleventwelfth newest single featuring Asteriska from Barasuara titled "your head as my favourite bookstore" from their upcoming debut self-ti- tled EP is now streaming on YouTube.