Jules, KASADOR are Ones To Watch This Week With The Verge


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This week, The Verge wants to get your ears on these great new tracks.

Jules – Fool’s Gold

Toronto Alt Indie artist Jules released her debut album last year while still in high school. With the second single from Watching People, Fool’s Gold, Jules brings her Instagram generation into focus, commenting on the preoccupation with fake lives replacing real connections.

Dearly Beloved – Race To The Bottom

Dearly Beloved are road warriors that have toured across the world; 26 countries, to be exact. They are getting ready to release their 6th album, Times Square Discount, that was recorded both in Toronto and at Studio 606 in Cali, the Foo Fighters studio. The lead single, ‘Race To The Bottom’, brings you into their world of thunderous, hook-laden rock.

KASADOR – Brood & Bloom

From Kingston, Ontario, the same town that brought you The Tragically Hip and The Glorious Sons comes KASADOR.  The 4 piece band will be releasing their debut album soon, titled Brood & Bloom. The title track has some 90’s alt rock notes with hints of Silverchair and, dare we say, Pearl Jam.  

PUP – Free At Last

PUP made an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers recently and based on the reaction online for their track, ‘Free At Last’, it could be moving closer to be added into full rotation on The Verge.

Tourist Company –  Conflicted/Restricted

Tourist Company recently played a packed show in Toronto at the Horseshoe Tavern, dazzling the crowd with more new sounds from their upcoming release. Keep the tweets coming in for the band and their latest.

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