For Polaris Prize's Cover Sessions, the band turns the Arcade Fire cut into a jittery banger.
New projects from Trippie Redd, Kelela, and Weaves top this week's list.
The Toronto garage rock band channel an electric creative energy that results in a refined, confident sounding sophomore LP.
The band debuted the track from their forthcoming record at the Polaris Prize gala last night and have a brand new video to go along with it.
Burn it all down, start again.
The Toronto band's new album 'Wide Open' is out October 6.
The two musicians discuss self-nurturing and how important that is for artists during this current, decidedly bleak time.
The non-shitty album cut finally gets the video treatment.
"There are women who are going to be playing this type of music. Now let’s look at them for more than just that."
"I realized while I was in university that I didn't really want to write about other people; I just wanted to write music."
We can all agree that clowns are and forever will be walking nightmares, right?
With their self-titled debut album, the band captures the unpredictable thrills that have already made them a live favorite and much-hyped new act.