Who are they?
Toronto indie rock and reggae royalty Bedouin Soundclash has accumulated an array of awards and chart-topping hits, from Juno Awards to Much Music Video Awards, to platinum-selling titles. Apart from this, the duo has found fans and shared the stage with the likes of No Doubt, Ben Harper, Damian Marley, and more. After releasing their fourth studio album and a 9-year hiatus, Bedouin Soundclash re-emerged in 2019 with the release of their fifth studio album, ‘MASS.’ Most recently, the duo dropped the highly anticipated record ‘We Will Meet in a Hurricane,’ on Dine Alone Records.
For fans of:
illScarlett, The Tragically Hip, Arkells, K-OS, The Trews, Sublime, The Rural Albert Advantage
Songs you need to hear:
“Walk Through Fire”
“When the Night Feels My Song”
Why the buzz?
Most notably known for their 2005 hit single, “When the Night Feels My Song,” released off their second studio album, Bedouin Soundclash brings together the perfect blend of reggae and soft rock mixed with warm backing vocals. Almost 20 years later, their sixth studio album finds the beloved duo digging back into their signature sound. In an interview with Range, Bedouin Soundclash noted two emotions that had a significant impact on their creative process: nostalgia and reflection. “Everyone has a different thing that will hit you hard in your life and you can either face the storm or you can try and continue with some form of denial. So that’s where the idea of the hurricane came from.” Now, this month, they plan to take to the road for their supporting Canadian tour, stopping at The Danforth on the 24th. Tickets are still available, and from what we’ve heard so far on the album, it’s sure to be a show you won’t want to miss!