As told from someone who grew up around their beautiful yet ugly dystopia.
The Quebec dream pop band love Vincent Sous-Marins, and would like to you to know the difference between a steamie and a toastie.
The Nashville songwriter and her guitar are the only things you need to hear today.
In her first interview, the Hamilton, ON indie dream pop singer talks about moving away from Toronto and the serious pursuit of being a singer-songwriter.
I'm not crying I just have something in both my eyes.
The dream pop duo's first clip from '7' unintentionally pays homage to the days of aesthetic Tumblrs and witch house.
The duo are back for 2018, with an as-yet-untitled album due in the Spring.
Molly Rankin and Alec O'Hanley of the Toronto dream pop band talk about how isolation and fantasy became the heart of their sophomore record.