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The Seams share new video for ‘Seeds’

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The Seams

Toronto power-popsters, The Seams, have released the video for their track Seeds, which is lifted from their debut album ‘Meet The Seams’. The band features members of WISH, Fake Palms, and Elsa, and are newly signed to Hand Drawn Dracula. You might be into them if you’re a fan of 90s Brit-Pop and guitar jangle pop. Watch the video via YouTube below. “Lyrically, Seeds is all about guarding… Read more »

NAILBITER shares new track ‘Spiral’

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NAILBITER

Toronto’s Nailbiter premieres his new track Spiral from second EP album ‘Sworm’ (Hand Drawn Dracula). Take a listen to the track via Soundcloud below.    On his new EP ‘Sworm’ Josh Korody (Beliefs & Candle Recording) is trying to find this grey area between dance floor and industrial music. A transitional project leaning more on the exploration of sounds and rhythms than melodys and popular structures of other… Read more »

Traitrs premiere ‘Witch Trials’ video

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Traitrs

Traitrs premiered the video for their debut single Witch Trials, which is directed by Francesco Brunotti. The video takes cues from the same Italian horror influences as the song itself, combining 2D and 3D animation for, what the director describes as, “a mix of classic gothic images and modern digital techniques.” Since the single was released, we’ve been loving the track’s razor sharp guitars,… Read more »

Beliefs share new track ‘Leaper’ + video 

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Toronto shoegaze band Beliefs are set to release their sophomore album ‘Leaper’ on November 13 via Hand Drawn Dracula – pre-order the vinyl here. This week, the band shared the album’s title track and music video, which you can stream on SoundCloud or watch the video on YouTube below.     More about Beliefs? Beliefs started when Josh Korody and Jesse Crowe… Read more »