The Strumbellas got their start in 2009 with their eponymous EP release, which was peppered with accolades from their hometown Toronto weeklies and prompted a proclamation from the CBC that they are a “band to watch.”
In 2012 the band released their debut album My Father And The Hunter, an album full of haunting lyrics fused with infectious and danceable melodies that won them both fans and critical recognition across multiple genres of music. Earning them a coveted JUNO nomination, the album offered a beautiful, harmonious dichotomy between melancholy heartbreak and blow-the-barn-doors-off spunk, a sound that would become synonymous with their music. A year later, The Strumbellas followed-up with their sophomore album We Still Move On Dance Floors, which earned them six awards, including their first JUNO award.
In early 2015, The Strumbellas, off the road and ready to go into the studio again for their album Hope.
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