IOEO: Coming Soon

We’re so thrilled to have wrapped on our first ever music video! Working with Nakasone Folk was such a smooth ride, they were so positive and professional; it really made the whole experience enjoyable, fun and satisfying. We spent a weekend shooting everything on a micro budget, and we’re antsy to see what the final product looks like. Until then, we have these sneak peek shots that we’ve been fawning over. We’re hooked on making videos now and can’t wait to make more.

LP1 Vinyl Release Show

Photos by Javiera Bassi De La Barrera We are so blown away by the turnout at our vinyl release show – Stylus Records was completely packed, we had so much fun and were completely overwhelmed by your support. We talked with so many new and old friends, we yelled and threw ourselves around stage, we ate some tasty impromptu BBQ food outside the venue, it was a great night. It warmed our hearts to see so many people walking out with a copy of our vinyl, and we’re so grateful to everyone that purchased a copy! Discorder wrote a review …

Our First Wax!!

Remember that album that we released eight months ago and started touring? Well, it's finally here in the waxiest form possible. With the generous support and elbow grease of Tim at Kingfisher Bluez, "The Light In You Has Left" is now available on vinyl. It has been an enormous learning process for us bringing a 12'' to life. The artwork, edits, time spent waiting for it to arrive, it was a challenge but it's oh so gratifying to see it in the buff. Tim has put out some of the best local music in Vancouver, to be on his label for this ...

WC 2017 ` Day 10

We left our friend Nate’s in Calgary a little later than we should’ve perhaps. The last night was late for us. We slept in quite a bit for our last show of tour. Had a few bites said our sad goodbyes and headed for Edmonton. I did the whole drive. Stopped for a bit in a small town called, Innisdale? for the necessities – Subway and water. Also passed the sign for Drumheller and sighed that we didn’t have time to stop there. The hills in Alberta seemed drier and longer than I remember. Before we knew it though, we …