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The In & Outs To Perform At Canadian Music Week 2013
The latest flame to rise out of Montreal’s musical blaze, The In & Outs, a high voltage and electrifying rock trio, are proud to announce they will be performing at this year’s Canadian Music Week this coming March in Toronto, ON with show details to be announced at a later date.
“We are excited to perform during CMW in Toronto this year! This will be the perfect timing for us to promote our upcoming second album! Who knows, maybe we’ll release it there?” comments vocalist / guitarist David Groover.
The ten-day festival saw 4,500 musicians take to the stage with The In & Outs being one of the fest’s certain highlights, as can be seen in the just released 11-minute fan video that includes the band joining the crowd on the floor and the crowd joining the band on stage.
See the madness for yourself here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wtcow-A-0Cw
Blending an expert mix of folk-guitar, funky-blues bass and reggae-jazz drums, The In & Outs‘ vast influence of diverse genres from Johnny Cash to The Doors, passing through Elvis Presley and John Spencer, amongst others can be heard on such tracks ‘Boo My God’, ‘Me, Myself and My Guitar’ and ‘Often On The Moon’ from the bands 2009 debut full length‘Ascending Back And Forth’.
Truly unique, The In & Outs have demonstrated more than a profound love of music. They also reflect the ups and downs of life and the essence of a society which is expressed in its eclectic lyrical content. In their own way,The In & Outs amalgamate a biting and realist poesy that they transmit to their public in a stream of energy.
The band is currently in production of their second album, set to be launched in late fall 2012. Until then, fans can delight themselves with three dynamic songs for pay what you want download from their recent EP, available onhttp://theinnouts.bandcamp.com.
Steep Mountain – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqkWJSWIIqA
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