Lee's Palace Presents
Two Hours Traffic
529 Bloor St. West
Toronto, ON, M5S 1Y5
Doors 8:30 PM / Show 9:00 PM
This event is 19 and over
Two Hours Traffic
To all of our friends and fans
After 12 years of making music together we have decided that ‘Foolish Blood’ will be our final album. We want to make it clear that we are not breaking up due to any personal problems within the band or because of any creative issues – it is just the right time. We want to thank all of you from the bottom of our hearts for the love and support we have received over the past decade. We have travelled farther and met more wonderful people than we could have ever imagined. When we started playing music together in our parents’ basements in 2001 our only intention was to write our own songs and hopefully get to play them for an audience. We truly feel fortunate that we have been able to do that for as long as we have.
We can’t say goodbye without taking a moment to thank some of the people who made all of this possible for us:
Our wonderfully supportive families, Larry and Sheryl Wanagas, Tim Des Islets and everyone at Bumstead Records, Joel Plaskett, Ken Beattie, Adam Countryman, Dwight Ireland, Caitlin North, Sean Russell, Matt McQuaid, Jim Scarth, Nathan Gill, Dan Griffin, Darryl Neudorf, Alec, Judi and Jerry O’Hanley, Grant Lawrence and everyone at CBC Radio, FACTOR, Music PEI, SOCAN, ECMA, Popup Records, ABC Music, Geoff Trio, Manish Raval, Smothered in Hugs/ English Words, Mardeen, The Danks, Pat Deighan, The Dudes, Rah Rah, The Golden Dogs, The Meligrove Band, Wintersleep, Hey Rosetta!, The Jezabels, Dead Letter Chorus, In-Flight Safety, Zeus and all of the other great musicians and bands that we have met and that have inspired us.
We are all music junkies and will never stop writing and playing music so rest assured we will see all of you again. Thank you so much. Rock on.
Grounders’ formally introduced themselves with their 2015 self-titeld debut album, a collection of dense and intricate pop music under the gauzy veil of krautrock and psychedelia. The record’s fried, analog production has been dutifully captured in the band's live show, which overflows with warped guitars, woozy synth, and wistful vocal melodies.