Hollowick release Beautiful People

Recording in Toronto’s Vespa Studios with producer, Darryl Romphf (Hail The Villain) Beautiful People is a relentless ten-song set that mines a deep well of influences ranging widely from modern pop punk to the iconic hard rock and metal of the past. “The way we sound and how we play isn’t something we’re going for,” says Nathan. “It’s just who we are and what we’ve always been.
If anything, they’ve committed themselves to an even greater level of authenticity on Beautiful People. “This record is more performance based,” Chad says, “and that will definitely translate live.”

As aggressive musically as they are lyrically, Hollowick tread the line neatly between the Alt. Rock/pop punk of the likes of Green Day and Foo Fighters, and the vintage arena rock of guitar driven bands from the 1970and ‘80’s, but with a style and sound that’s all their own.

Jeremy Fisher latest self-made video for the song Come Fly Away


June in Siberia in the Press

“Church chimes, crackling percussion and poetic turns of phrase entangle themselves in whirling keystrokes, building upon each other as if heading towards a chaotic collapse.... a fearless expression of beauty... seamless mix of raw exuberance.” exclaim!

“Mark Berube and the Patriotic Few create a brave and rich lyricism in songs that ride on a current of contagious melody.” Beatroute

“The tender, introspective tunes that Montreal chamber-folk singer/songwriter Mark Berube pens wouldn’t normally be described as “funky.” But that’s exactly what he pulled off with his Afrobeat-inspired single My Me Lady from his new album, June In Siberia. While the swooping string sections are gone, the songs retain a large, lush sound, each instrument and voice captured in pristine detail.”NOW Magazine

“June in Siberia is quite possibly the band’s most intimate, immediate and heartfelt outing to date.” Uptown