Bonsound Concerts est fier de présenter le groupe torontois The Wilderness of Manitoba qui a récemment sorti son quatrième album, Between Colours via Pheromone Recordings.

Mercredi 3 décembre | Portes 20h | Spectacle 21H
Divan Orange | 4234 boulevard Saint-Laurent
Billets: 10$ / 13$ à la porte


Bonsound Concerts is proud to present Toronto-based band The Wilderness of Manitoba who recently released their fourth full-length album Between Colours via Pheromone Recordings.

Wednesday, December 3rd | Doors 8PM | Show 9PM
Divan Orange | 4234 boulevard Saint-Laurent
Tickets: 10$ / 13$ at the door

“The band has been galvanized by its metaphorical new blood as they bypass folk pretty much altogether and land squarely at rollicking, fervent rock.” – All Around Sound

“The earlier rootsy style of TWOM is replaced by a sophisticated, mature and lush sound a touch suggestive of peak-era Fleetwood Mac.” – New Canadian Music “The Wilderness of Manitoba is a Toronto-based trio that specializes in making atmospheric folk-rock with a tinge of Fleetwood Mac-inspired harmonies.” – Consequence of Sound

Montreal-bred songwriter JF Robitaille is no stranger to lofty expectations. Yes, he’s long been celebrated as one of the most engaging songwriters North of the 49—a fact evident even in his earliest days, when he fronted indie-rock outfit the Social Register in the aughts—but with 2013’s Rival Hearts, the world began to take notice. After the album charted in Germany, he found himself playing for large crowds at Hamburg’s fabled Reeperbahn Festival along with several other gigs throughout that country. Robitaille’s international rep began to resemble his accolades in Canada. Here, a troubadour cut from the same cloth as Leonard Cohen. Or Nick Drake. Or Bob Dylan.