Drinking whiskey from a can in a night club parking lot. A house party that saw the sun rise. An unexpected trip to LA. Bands’ beginnings have been had in no stranger way. For The Treble, road trips and late night parties led to arena shows and cross-Canada tours – sometimes no plan is the best plan.
With a dark, casual, and confident alt-pop sound, The Treble mix strong melodies and anthemic harmonies with lyrics about friendship, travel and staving off the real world.
Having shared the stage with groups like Capital Cities, Dear Rouge, Hedley, The Lumineers, Francesco Yates, The Trews, and Down With Webster, a combination of friendship and an honest love of music have seen The Treble grow both their audience and their sound.
Songs from their first two independent EPs received unsolicited radio airplay, and saw the band do several cross country tours and play multiple international events.
Having recently completed their third EP with producer Rob Wells, the unreleased project gained industry attention and led to a recording contract with Cadence Music Group in conjunction with Fraser Hill (A&R Universal Canada)
“The past year has been about soul searching the past present and future of a project that has brought us further than we’d ever dreamed,” says frontman and lead singer Mark Brusegard. “Our first album was about songwriting, our second about playing live. This one is is more of a combination. It’s about who we’ve always been. It still has the same sense of urgency, but also settles down and appreciates the moment.”
With their first single to be released summer 2016, the band are excited to be moving forward on a larger platform while staying true to their roots, original sound and message.
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Toronto, ON – February 6, 2017– Winnipeg’s very own alt-rock group The Treble are set to release their first full-length Modernaires on February, 10, 2017 via … Read More »
Drinking whiskey from a can in a night club parking lot. A house party that saw the sun rise. An unexpected trip to LA. Bands’ beginnings have been had in … Read More »