Tuesday, February 7, 2023




Hard to believe this band has been around for 20 years now. The female-fronted Canadian group started with their own self-released album, built up a following and then hit the big time (relatively speaking) when their 2009 album produced several singles that got massive play on the indie airwaves, followed by more success in 2012. And then for whatever reason, they fell out of favor and have been largely forgotten, despite releasing 3 quality releases since.

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  1. 2001 - Grow Up and Blow Away
    2003 - Old World Underground, Where Are You Now
    2005 - Live It Out
    2009 - Fantasies [Deluxe Edition]
    2012 - Synthetica [Deluxe Edition]
    2015 - Pagans In Vegas
    2018 - Art Of Doubt
    2022 - Formentera