Toronto Music Scene September 19, 2012
Bryce Jardine just wrapped up performing during TIFF, but it’s his album The Kids Are Gone that should be what catches your attention. The album opens with a track of the same name featuring the soulful alt-country vocals of indie darling Serena Ryder. Paired with Jardine who himself harnesses the likeable storytelling and singer-songwriter vibe of Jeremy Fisher, it is a stunning track. The album closes with another track featuring the pair, but between remains a collection of songs worthy of wine, subtle swaying and whispers. If you’re looking for something beautiful at Indie Week then Bryce Jardine is your man.
Indie Week takes place in Toronto from October 10-14. Check out IndieWeek.com for more detailed information, ticket purchases and performance date announcements. Follow @IndieWeek on Twitter for updates.
Watch the video for Bryce Jardine’s “Train Song” below.
Sheena Lyonnais writes the Band of the Day. Follow her on Twitter @SheenaLyonnais.