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North of Canada / Bio

North of Canada’s songs are off-kilter with a discernible melody, influenced by Brit pop and the likes of Sonic Youth, Graham Coxon, Supergrass, Johnny Headband, Built to Spill and the Cribs. They employ effects-driven guitar and interval octave vocals coupled with driving bass and percussion. The lyrics are thematically inspired by trauma and loss, the perils of over-socialization, humility, and the lies and ruses that friends and lovers play on each other. They bring a sense of metaphysical immediacy to their live shows that leaves a lasting impression. North of Canada released a 7 song EP entitled "Every Seahorse Could Be Different" on April 25, 2012.

Formerly sponsored by Luksusova, the band went to rehab and are now sponsored by Bushmills.

Further info: Luksusova, urban gardening, stripey tomatoes, Cap Lounge, Looking Glass Lounge, Kierkegaard, Bukowski, Chinaski, Bushmills, short shifts, flatted fifths, full count breaking pitches, moving the runner, captivating an audience, working angles, Myers Briggs, drop shots.

Captivate. Connect. Control.

General Info

Band Members
Robert France - guitar and vocals, Drone City - guitar and vocals, The Admiral - bass, T!sh - percussion
Artist Name
North of Canada
Profile Page
Active Since
Indie / Brit Pop / lo-fi psyche pop

Contact Info

Washington, DC