Vancouver’s indie-rock darlings The Zolas have released their third full-length album, Swooner. In support of the release, the band will be kicking off a spring tour in Kingston in two weeks time.
Gold & Shadow are gearing up for the release of their debut full-length album Torch on September 4th. In support of the release, the band will be embarking on a Western Canadian tour with a stop in Vancouver at The Railway Club on September 13th.
The Madeline Tasquin Trading Company will be making a stop in Vancouver on July 17th at Skinny Fat Jack’s.
Leeroy Stagger independently released his tenth studio album, Dream It All Away, earlier this month. In support of the release, Stagger has embarked on a Canadian tour which sees him going from coast to coast, including a stop in Vancouver on Friday June 5th at Skinny Fat Jacks.
Lovecoast is celebrating the release of their new music video for their song “Help Me” with some Western Canadian tour dates. The band will be kicking things off with two hometown shows in Squamish starting on Friday, and will make their way back to Vancouver on May 29th at the Electric Owl.
Edmonton’s Revenge of the Trees is currently touring Western Canada in support of their new EP Into The Night, which will be released on April 14th. The band will be playing two shows in Vancouver – at Falconetti’s on April 5th & at The Railway Club on April 6th.
Lovecoast will be releasing their debut EP, Chasing Tides, on November 4th. In support of the release, the indie pop band will be touring Western Canada, which kicks off in Vancouver with an album release show at The Waldorf on November 7th.
JPNSGRLS opened up this year’s Keloha Music & Arts Festival this past Friday. If that wasn’t sweet enough, they are starting off this week on an even sweeter note. Their debut album Circulation is being released today, available via iTunes and through Light Organ Records (CD, vinyl, digital).
Real Ponchos will be independently releasing their debut full-length album, Since I Let You Go, on May 6th.
The Vancouver alt-country band will be kicking off a cross-Canada tour next month starting with their album release party in Vancouver on May 2nd at the Anza Club, where the band’s set list will include the entirety of the new album.
The River and The Road have their sights set on yet another journey of Canada from coast to coast. The Vancouver band’s upcoming Spring tour kicks off this Saturday with an appearance at the Howe Sound Brewery.