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Craig Clemens

October 03, 2014

One of the most talented and hardest working bands I personally have ever known has finally secured label representation for their 2015 follow up LP. The Elwins have signed with Hidden Pony records.

“Four of the nicest and talented humans decided to go for it, and we’re thrilled to ride shotgun,” said the label’s president Parkside, in a statement about the deal. “From the moment I first heard the new record, I knew I wanted The Elwins on Hidden Pony. This body of work is undeniable.”

There could not be better news for fans of the Toronto-based sweethearts who have been pounding the pavement for years honing their own blend of sweet, crooning indie pop.

However, this does not mean that they shall be stopping here and resting on their laurels. No, far from it. The band is still on tour, and on top of all of this, will be re-releasing their 2012 debut And I Thank You through Hidden Pony on October 21st.

Tour dates:

10/11 Jordan, ON – Ball’s Falls Conversation Area ^
10/24 Guelph, ON – Ebar *
10/25 Ottawa, ON – Mavericks *
10/27 Kingston, ON – Clark Hall Pub *
10/28 London, ON – Call The Office *
10/29 Toronto, ON – Lees Palace *
10/30 Montreal, QC – Sala Rosa *
10/31 Quebec City, QC – Le Pantoum *
11/7 Oshawa, ON – Robert McLaughlin Gallery

^ with Sunparlour Players
* with Royal Canoe