The Humble Divines  +Curse in the Woods

The Humble Divines

Introducing the Humble Divines. This foursome is a fresh, new Ontario folk-rock group, comprised of a brilliant blend of Owen Sound native Bill McMillan's blues-rock influence, Ben Giroux' classical guitar, celtic influences and lots of folk. Linsey Beckett's violin accents the groups wonderfully simple melodies and the recent addition of singer/songwriter Amy Carson Hunter has been the perfect recipe for the collaboration to create their new EP release: The Road

Cabaret / Classical / Roots Music

Créé par Jeannie Taylor et Sam Harvey, le groupe propose un projet multimédia mariant musique et éléments théâtraux ou visuels. De quoi plonger l’auditoire dans une atmosphère sombre, mystérieuse et divertissante.

"Curse in the Woods attacks you with a romp of an almost dissonant piano riff and gives you the impression you’re taking part in a kind of pilgrim’s chase through a dark forest"- The Indie Band Guru

"Curse in the Woods’ new album is filled with wonderful dynamics… thoughtful piano ballads, indie sensibilities and quirky beat-driven pop all tied together with acoustic European carnivalesque instrumentation" – Modern Visionaries