"Isobel Trigger at The Railway club - Vancouver" With roots in Nelson, British Columbia, and based in Victoria, the group’s aesthetic sound is very reminiscent of their British Columbian upbringing, with their music treading the waters between folk rock and alternative. Lead vocalist Felicia Harding showed off an impressive vocal talent and range from the get go. Comparable to the vocal styles of Sarah Harmer, and Alanis Morissette, Harding’s vocals were a focal point of the group’s performance for the evening. ... Energy from the group was consistent and abundant, and it was evident that the band was more than glad to be up on stage giving their best performance, which was refreshingly unaffected
"Isobel Trigger Promises to make musical Magic" While Victoria can proudly claim to be the birthplace of several local bands, it's not often that the same bands are simultaneously being claimed by two other cities. But this is exactly the case with quasi-Victoria locals, Isobel Trigger. Isobel Trigger hails from all over Canada (with members from Ontario, Quebec, and BC) and now call Victoria, Vancouver, and Nanaimo home. "Thankfully we're touring most of the time, so it's not really a problem," says Isobel Trigger frontwoman Felicia Harding. "When we're at home we use Skype. Then it's just about getting a good internet connection." ... In a world overrun with people calling themselves musicians, it’s hard for a legit band to make a name for themselves. Luckily, the music of Isobel Trigger is like eating gummy bears on the Scottish moors, but for your ears.