In October this Toronto-based blues rock band fronted by Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay released their debut CD. I ended up reviewing it for Prairie Dog and gave it a favourable dog count. For me, it had a ton of raw energy and sexuality and was a good listen.
In a post he did once the review was published, though, James Brotheridge expressed misgivings about the band based on the ragged quality of Dreimanis’s lead vocals.
That’s the back story to date. Tonight, July Talk are in town to play a show at the SCES Club with two solid local acts Ink Road and the Fortunate Isles. Tickets are $10. If you check out James’ post you can see the video for “Paper Girl”. And here’s the video for the second single off the album “Let Her Know”:
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