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Massey Hall presents
Brian King and David Prowse formed Japandroids in 2006, promoting their own DIY shows and self-releasing two EPs (later becoming 2010's No Singles).
Since then their albums Post-Nothing (2009), Celebration Rock (2012) and the new release Near To The Wild Heart Of Life (2017) have earned international acclaim, a JUNO-Award nomination, spot on the Polaris Music Prize long list, best of lists and a Band of The Year nod from Spin. They have played countless shows and toured 40+ countries. Known for their energetic gigs and relentless touring schedule we are thrilled that Japandroids will be performing as part of the Live at Massey Hall Film and Concert Series.
Cloud Nothings join the bill, bringing their live show back to Toronto after a festival favourite performance as part of Field Trip 2017. Supporting their fourth studio release Life Without Sound, which Alternative Press praised : "they sound bolder than ever, achieving a new peak...rife with memorable hooks and earworms - and the substance to make them meaningful"
Live at Massey Hall
The critically-acclaimed concert and concert film series, Live at Massey Hall, connects viewers with Canada’s most influential and captivating music-makers, performers, and artists through signature cinematic 30-minute concert films and high quality full-length audio recordings. The series also introduces new voices and original artists to not only Massey Hall’s wide and growing audience base but to music fans around the world, documenting what is often considered a milestone moment in the careers of participating artists.
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Offering unparalleled insight into the country’s most storied live music venue, the Live at Massey Hall concert and film series is devoted to extraordinary Canadian artists and milestone moments in their careers.
Free streaming of the 30-minute HD Live at Massey Hall films, which also feature interviews and backstage footage