Olivia & The Creepy Crawlies, A Fellow Ship, JJ & The Pillars

Olivia & The Creepy Crawlies

After 2 years, 1 guitarist swap, 1 new van, 1 bear crash, 20,000 cups of coffee, and a whole lotta' luv later, IT'S FINALLY HERE!

We are over the moon, and quite honestly overwhelmed to present to you with our new LP: Room To Grow.

This is the release show for the record.

The album is ultimately about growing into yourself. Taking the things that life hands you in stride- the unexpected lows and highs, the acts of falling in and out of love, losses and gains- the way these feelings shape you into who you are.

Thanks to everyone who helped make it happen. See you on October 5 !

A Fellow Ship is a folk pop band from Toronto, Ontario. We are a tight group of friends who play lively original tunes, that will make you want to get on your feet and dance. The music we play is influenced by artists such as Mumford and Sons, The Head and the Heart, and Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeroes. We hope you enjoy all that we have to offer!

"Inspired-sound from the best of 90s Seattle rock scene, with up-tempo odes mixed in." Angela Marie, VICE Toronto.

Formed in 2013, JJ and the Pillars are a four-piece, folk-rock band originally hailing from Peterborough, Ontario. In May 2014, the band took first place in 102.1 the Edge’s Next Big Thing competition, and soon after released their debut album, The Wolves (with the help of Dine Alone Records.) Airplay on 102.1 the Edge, a Sugar Beach Session, and various live performances followed, playing alongside artists such as Arkells, USS, Dear Rouge, Tokyo Police Club, and Billy Talent.

Brighid and Pascale are 15 & 16-years-old, respectively. Obviously they've skipped a few grades to qualify for the Class series.


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