We had a fantastic time at the Behind the Curtain fundraiser last Thursday that took place at the Gladstone Hotel. The event raised almost $8000!!! Special thanks to Larissa Klee of Taking off the Taboo for organizing the event.
Photo : Craig Pulsifer Photography
Thursday October 16 we will be performing a fundraiser at The Gladstone Hotel to raise awareness for mental illness and mental health issues. Tickets here
Be sure to check out Taking Off the Taboo’s FB page and Twitter to stay informed.
Helloooooooo! Fall is here, well almost, and we are excited to wear sweaters, and maybe a beret and scarf like this beauty of a feline below.
Had a blast with The Strumbellas August 25 at Donaleigh’s Irish Pub in Barrie.
We opened up for them earlier this year in May at Barrie’s East End Social outdoor festival and look forward to sharing the stage with them again sometime soon!
AND, we are also excited to be apart of Behind the Curtains Fundraiser on October 16th. This will be taking place at the Gladstone Hotel located on Queen Street West in Toronto. The event will be starting at 7:30 pm – 12:00 am, and will involve live entertainment……us, raffles, a silent auction, and light snacks. All proceeds raised will be donated to the CMHA; specifically to be used towards their Mental Health Week initiative, which encourages people from all walks of life to learn, talk, reflect, and engage with others on all issues relating to mental health. For more details go to: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/behind-the-curtain-tickets-11916676099
We would like to welcome Josh Doerksen, our new bassist. We love you Josh!
*Josh is the fine chap on the far right.
We are excited to be recording again! Our awaited album will include “Cold Bath” and “Modern Comfortable”
Here is a sneak peak at our time in the studio!
Just released! A music video to compliment our single “Sleeping in a Hammock”
We were busy in the recording studio lately and thought we’d let you know what we’ve been up to!
Our newest single “Sleeping in a Hammock” is OUT NOW
~Listening to the new single, “Sleeping in a Hammock,” from Canadian three piece The Morals is like following a winding yellow brick road — yet finding gold at the end of the road instead of the Wicked Witch of the West. With its thought-provoking lyrics and winding feel changes, I would not be surprised if it became an indie “song of the summer” staple for 2013~ fensepost.com