Amelia Curran  + Laurent Bourque  +Folly and the Hunter  +Dj Sunny
  • 21h30

Indie Montréal présente:

Billets 10$ ou 4 pour 34$ à l’avance ici: // 12$ à la porte

Tickets $10 or 4-for-$34 in advance at: // $12 at the door

The Juno winning artist has charted a course through longing and loss with lyrics that face life’s beauties and terrors with disconsolate urgency. With her October 2012 release, Spectators, Curran returns to the scene with ten tracks that yet raise the bar on her signature lyricism, but push beyond the folk boundaries that have defined her previous releases. A meditation on frailty, restlessness, time and its finitudes, Spectators is both storm and harbour.

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Rock / Pop /Indie

“Laurent Bourque "gets it" - his voice, his guitar playing, his songs -  He’s simply got a sound that pulls you in from the start and keeps you hanging on to every bit. A fresh mint sound with crafty songwriting and arrangements.” - John Klepko, CBC Radio Montreal

"Qu'on se le tienne pour dit: le disque What We Talk About s'avère l'une des plus belles découvertes de musique locale de l'année. Baptême d'album pour l'auteur-compositeur-interprète Laurent Bourque, l'opus regorge de petits bijoux de pop-rock mélodique qui n'ont rien à envier aux chansons de, disons, Ben Kweller, Matthew Good ou Dallas Green (lorsqu'il porte le chapeau de City & Colour). Bourque avait littéralement ébloui son public lors de son passage au Bluesfest"- Voir

Folly and the Hunter

Folly and the Hunter is an Indie Folk Band from Montreal Canada. They give a unique contribution to the Indie genre, blending the American folk tradition with ambient post-rock influences. F & H write tranquil yet sorrowful songs akin to that of Bon Iver, The National and Iron & Wine, while adding energy to the compositions with build ups and cascades of sound similar to that of Sigur Ros, Sufjan Stevens and Arcade Fire. Folly and the Hunter are releasing their debut album, titled ‘Residents’, in the beginning of 2011.