A lot can change in five years, and Vancouver rockers No Island have embraced their transformation. The band’s new full-length album, Better Days, arrives in April 2015 after months of creation, growth, and anticipation. It marks a fresh start and a different perspective for the group — something innovative, something nostalgic, but most of all an affirmation that the best is always yet to come for those willing to look forward.
No Island is a band of five frontmen, with a sound that’s always been defined by distinct personalities and expert talents blending together to create something more than the sum of their parts. This newest project takes that dynamic to the next level, brought to life by bonds developed over years of touring together across the vastness of Canada.
Writing about life, love, loss, and every experience in between, No Island’s music embraces both the highs and lows encountered in every person’s unending pursuit of better days.
For nearly a decade, Los Furios have been making crowds dance with their high-energy blend of ska, reggae, punk, and rock sounds. After releasing 5 CDs and touring both Canada and Mexico multiple times, the Furios are still winning the hearts of new fans with each and every show they pour their hearts into.
The Ivy League Brawlers (disbanded)
What started as a punk/pop/ska band later evolved into a funky horn-infused rock band with one of the most exciting and energetic live shows around.