Brave Shores release new EP

Brave Shores

Toronto’s Brave Shores, electro-pop brother and sister duo Jay and Stefanie McCarol, have just released their self-titled debut EP and are set to play Toronto’s Phoenix Concert Theatre on December 17th. As part of the Jingle Bell Rock concert series, the show will be headlined by Big Data, and is presented by 102.1 The Edge and Union Events.

The band recently premiered their brand new single Dancing Under Water exclusively via Indie88.com, who said the tune is “indie-pop perfection”. You can watch the track’s video via YouTube below.

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Their song Never Come Down was featured in a Bell Canada Commercial in 2013 and that was just the start for the band, who quickly garnered the attention of industry and music fans alike. Watch the video for Never Come Down via YouTube below

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More about Brave Shores? After the made-for-TV single was picked up by Bell Canada, Never Come Down quickly caught the attention of online music fans and turned heads at Universal Music Canada. Very suddenly, the McCarrol siblings and their songwriting skills were in demand. This unexpected interest inspired Jay and Stefanie to collaborate on more songs, and soon after, Brave Shores was a living, breathing band. Brave Shores’ music is fun. According to a recent review by music blog When the Gramophone Rings, Brave Shores create “pop tunes that are deep and colourful, sparkly yet strong, showing light and shade.” Each track from their self-titled debut EP displays a variety of inspirations: There are surf guitar trills, chunks of gritty distortion, and layers of stylized harmonies. It is no surprise that their video for Never Come Down has become a Much Music favourite and has garnered over 45,000 views on YouTube.

For more information on Brave Shores, visit braveshores.com.

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