Indie Folk

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The Weather Station Announces New Album “Ignorance”, Unveils New Video for “Tried To Tell You”

By: Staff – The Weather Station – project of Tamara Lindeman – announces her new album, Ignorance, out February 5th, 2021 via Fat Possum, and unveils a new single/video, “Tried To Tell You,” which you can watch below. Through Ignorance, Lindeman has remade what The Weather Station sounds like, using the occasion of a new record to create … Continue reading

The Avett Brothers Announce New Album “The Third Gleam”

By: Staff – 3x GRAMMY Award nominees, The Avett Brothers, announce The Third Gleam, the highly-anticipated third instalment in their ongoing Gleam series, to be released August 28 via Loma Vista Recordings. The album marks a return to The Avett Brothers’ roots, both sonically and in form, with Seth and Scott Avett playing as a … Continue reading

The Head and The Heart to Release “Living Mirage: The Complete Recordings” Digital Deluxe Edition

By: Staff – The Head and The Heart have today announced that Living Mirage: The Complete Recordings deluxe album is set for digital release on June 26th. The deluxe album features four brand new tracks including “Glory of Music II,” “Sun Is Rising,” “Backwards Breathing,” and “One Big Mystery” and will also be available on … Continue reading

Watch Reuben And The Dark’s New Video for “Dancer”

By: Staff – Reuben and the Dark shares a new video today for “Dancer” from their spirited album un | love, out now on Arts & Crafts. The stunning new visual, created with Sheva Kafai and edited by Kaelen Ohm, captures varying landscapes between desert and snowstorm forests, spliced with contrasting fragments of the past … Continue reading

Stream Andrew Bird’s Timely New Single “Capital Crimes”

By: Staff – Grammy nominated multi-instrumentalist, Andrew Bird has released his timely new single, “Capital Crimes”. Watch the video, directed by Matthew Daniel Siskin below. “I wrote Capital Crimes more than a year ago about capital punishment,” Bird explains. “For a while they were giving IQ tests to death row inmates. If you scored below 70 … Continue reading

Album Review: The Head and the Heart – “Living Mirage”

By: Kirstin Bews –     The Head and The Heart are back with their fourth studio album, Living Mirage, which is set for release on May 17th via Warner Bros. Recently the band has gone through some lineup changes with co-founder Josiah Johnson leaving amicably and being replaced by Matt Gervais and keyboardist Kenny Hensley … Continue reading

Photos: Gregory Alan Isakov @ Commodore Ballroom

Photos by: Emily Chin – Indie Folk singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov, who released his newest album, Evening Machines, on October 5th, 2018, performed at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver last night (Oct. 10th).

Photos: The Lone Bellow, Mt. Joy @ The Opera House

Photos by: Morgan Hotston –  Brooklyn-based indie folk band The Lone Bellow, who released their third album, Walk Into a Storm, on September 15th, 2017 via Sony Masterworks, which featured the single “Time’s Always Leaving”, and followed up their 2015 album, Then Came the Morning, performed at the Opera House in Toronto last night (Oct. 2nd) with indie folk band Mt. Joy. … Continue reading

Photos: Fleet Foxes @ Massey Hall

Photos by: Morgan Harris – Indie Folk band Fleet Foxes, who released their third album, Crack-Up, on June 16th, 2017 via Nonesuch, performed at Massey Hall in Toronto last night.

Photos: The Acorn @ The Drake Hotel

Photos by: Sarah McNeil – Ottawa-based indie folk-rock band The Acorn, who released their newest album, Vieux Loup, in 2015, performed at the Drake Hotel in Toronto last night.