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The Nursery

The Nursery release postmodern video from their forthcoming LP

The Nursery have called their music “freak pop,” which is a good way to characterize their off-kilter sound. Their music is definitely catchy, but it’s punctuated by noisy outbursts and sudden dynamic shifts. The new video for “Everybody’s Famous,” a track from their forthcoming LP, fits their style perfectly.  It features numerous Canadian impersonator artists acting as celebrities, screaming to be heard from a kitschy stage. It’s an idea that raises questions about originality and the need to be noticed in an oversaturated social world, with an appropriate musical twist. - David Levy


The Nursery are a pop rock group from right here in Toronto. They just released a brand new track last month called "Hexes + Oh's". This tune has indie rock drums with funky basslines, smooth guitars and tinklin' keys to add a nice spice on top of the pop rock platform. It's like early 2000's indie rock...Hot Hot Heat style...The Killers but happier. Go see em tomorrow (May 26) at the Silver Dollar Room with Hot Kid, Yeomans and Madame Psychosis. - Kris Gies

The Nursery's cross-genre alt pop

Toronto-based band, The Nursery, forges momentous pop music that highlights the grittier side of the genre. Pulling from indie pop and alt rock, their music is driven by steady drum-beats and grounding bass lines, while melodies blend together with vocals and lyrics flirting with epic overtones: “I remember the times we stared into/ eyes of strangers and learned the truth/ I wish I had the power of the moon/ to curve the tides and become immune.” 


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