Peterborough indie band Television Rd just released their first song, "Lavender Town (Hula Hoop Dream)", off their upcoming album Banshee Cypher (out October 2nd).
The trippy and beautiful video to accompany the song—made entirely from Snapchat clips—gives a great tour of Peterborough and the Kawarthas.
The video was filmed, directed and edited by lead singer Sara Ostrowska, and features spoken word artist Erin McLaughlin.
Watch the video below...
Peterborough musician Chris Culgin is releasing a new album It's Only Time June 5th, with the launch party that night at The Gordon Best Theatre on Hunter Steet. Culgin will be kicking off a two-month Canadian tour this summer, with his backing band that includes Brandon Humphrey on electric guitar, Rob Foreman on upright bass, and Matt Greco on drums. The band is featured on the cover of this month's The Wire MEGAzine. Have a look at the excellent new video released in support of the album. Directed by Michael Morritt, it was filmed at locations all over town.
A Peterborough dog named Kellar has become a YouTube sensation. As MyKawartha.com reports, his owners,
Marcy Stapley and her fiance Mike Miller, posted a video of him on the weekend using
voice commands to fetch a toy. It already has 41,000 views. Watch for yourself and share...
Peterborough-based Charming Ruins is a two-piece blues rock band. Here's their new music video for their single "Feel It", which was produced by Jeremy Kelly.