6 Year Anniversary

We almost missed our 6th annual band-iversary. WOW. It’s been 6 years… where did the time and hairstyles go?

This band has been formative for us in every way. It is difficult to believe that we are still pursuing this together with so much passion and love. And, despite the positive and negative moments that we’ve shared, we know this will work out for us. We could not be luckier and more grateful for where we are. Thank you for loving and sharing this unbelievable experience with us.

xo alea, pat, jer

Farewell, Victoria.

After 2 years of hard work, dedication, multiple tours and the fiercest low end shredding, our wonderful bassist Victoria is moving on from Douse. We have appreciated her talent, incredible enthusiasm and positive energy that she brought to the band, and wish her all the best with her new passions and projects, where ever that may take her.

To keep up with Victoria, you can catch her on The Storytelling Show on 100.5 CFRO Sunday nights, as well as on the Three Angry Nerds podcast! And of course, she will always be your friendly neighbourhood bass extraordinaire.

BAND VLOG // #26 // END OF 2018

2018 is almost over and we’re feeling strange. It’s been a year of change and reflection for us. We are thankful for the extraordinary memories that we’ve made, friends that we’ve shared our happiest moments with and experiences that shaped where we are heading. The next few years will be a dynamic shift for us, and to quote Robin Williams in Jumanji 1: “You think that mosquitos, monkeys, and lions are bad? That is just the beginning. I’ve seen things you’ve only seen in your nightmares. Things you can’t even imagine. Things you can’t even see…”

Anyways, check out our last vlog of the year.

See you soon,
Jer, Alea, Pat

Douse – Band in Seattle – Full Episode

We are unbelievably proud of this episode. It was so fun to be part of this experience and so generous of the Band in Seattle team to invite us down. The work that they are doing for the Seattle music community is immeasurable, and we are very grateful to have been the first Canadian band to ever grace their stage! Thank you so much to the whole crew that made this happen, you are in our hearts!