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July Talk Announces Virtual Concert Filmed at El Mocambo in Toronto

By: Staff – July Talk has announced a virtual concert on Thursday, May 27 at 8pm ET. Fans are invited to watch virtually from anywhere – broadcasting on Sessions. Tickets are on sale now at sessionslive.com/JulyTalk. The concert features the full band, pre-recorded at the legendary El Mocambo in Toronto. July Talk is nominated for … Continue reading

Top 20 Canadian Music Video Nominees Announced for 2021 Prism Prize

By: Staff –  The Prism Prize announced today the Top 20 Canadian music videos of the year eligible for the 2021 Grand Prize, as voted by a jury of more than 130 Canadian music, film, and media arts professionals. The Grand Prize winner will be revealed and awarded $20,000 as part of a virtual presentation … Continue reading

Watch Matt Mays’ New July Talk-Directed Video for “Talking to The Sky”

By: Staff – Matt Mays has shared a new video for the song “Talking to The Sky” from his latest album Dog City. The video is a collaboration between Matt and his friends Leah Fay and Peter Dreimanis of July Talk. Both Leah and Peter contributed vocals to the project. Watch it below. Says Mays … Continue reading

July Talk Release New Video for “Surrender”

By: Staff – July Talk have dropped a new video for their track “Surrender”.   From a creative standpoint, they wanted to explore the act of surrender; that moment when one has to accept their own vulnerabilities in order to seek truth. While touring across North America, they captured images signifying this surrender, in the … Continue reading

July Talk Announces Toronto Drive-In Theatre Concerts

By: Staff – Toronto’s July Talk has always straddled the line between cinema and rock and roll, which makes the setting for the band’s first post-lockdown concert – a drive-in movie theatre – just the ticket. The event, the first of its kind announced in Canada, will bring one of the country’s best live bands … Continue reading

July Talk Release New Single “Governess Shadow”

By: Staff – Toronto’s July Talk have released a new single titled “Governess Shadow”, which will appear on their upcoming album, Pray For It, their first release in four years coming this July 10th, 2020 via Sleepless in Canada/ BMG Worldwide. Watch the video below. Continuing the theme of breaking patterns of action and reaction found … Continue reading

July Talk Announce First New Album in Four Years, “Pray For It”, Share New Single “Pay For It”

By: Staff – July Talk stormed in with the flinty radio-ready rock of their debut, followed by the volatile siren songs of Touch, an album of sawtoothed pop + convulsing tension. For album three, the band cracks their equilibrium open to find a thrilling new balance in asymmetry. With Pray For It, July Talk commits to the possibility of … Continue reading

Photos: Catfish and the Bottlemen, July Talk @ The Anthem

Photos by: Lauren Fuchs – UK indie rock band Catfish and the Bottlemen, who released their third album, The Balance, on April 26th, 2019 via Island/Capitol, which featured the singles “Longshot”, “Fluctuate”, “2all”, and “Conversation”, performed at The Anthem in Washington, DC last night (Sept. 29th) with Toronto-based indie rock band July Talk, who released their newest album, Touch, on … Continue reading

Photos: Metric, July Talk, Murray Lightburn @ Scotiabank Arena

Photos by: Tyler Roberts – Toronto-based electropop band Metric, who released their newest album, Art of Doubt, on September 21st, 2018 via Metric Music International, which featured the singles “Dark Saturday”, “Dressed to Suppress”, “Now or Never Now”, “Love You Back”, and “Risk”, performed at the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto last night (Apr. 26th) with Toronto-based indie rock band July Talk, who … Continue reading

Exclusive: Stream Poor Nameless Boy’s New Curated Playlist

By: Staff – As Poor Nameless Boy, singer-songwriter Joel Henderson leaves a piece of himself on stage every time he performs. His mellow sound is personal, touching honestly on love, life, and our changing hearts in a busy world. He has been described as lighter versions of Noah Gunderson and Donovan Woods, with the wispy sounds … Continue reading

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