Amos The Transparent can go from six-part a cappella harmonies and handclaps to four across the front balls-out guitar rock in the flick of a pick, and that’s the beauty of them. Their lush arrangements and subtle textures on their two releases, their debut album Everything I’ve Forgotten To Forget and their new EP My, What Big Teeth You Have…, can be stripped down acoustically or turned up to ten.
The Ottawa-based band has quickly become darlings on the Canadian scene and are equally comfortable sharing a stage with The Dears, Jeff Beck or Loverboy. Now a six-piece, the band was founded by Jonathan Chandler and Christopher Wilson and includes long standing members Mark Hyne and James Nicol as well as relative newcomers Dan Hay and Kate Cooke. With a permanent line-up now solidified their shows are now becoming legendary. Amos The Transparent: winning over the world one audience at a time.