Jane’s Party ‘Change Her Mind’ : Sonic tapestry. Compelling and fun.

Jane's Party

Jane’s Party’s hook-heavy brand of organic indie rock has earned international acclaim via a diverse string of releases. The band combines colors and textures from various styles into a constantly-evolving sonic tapestry that can shape-shift from song to song, while staying consistently compelling and true to themselves.

Jeff Giles (keys/guitar/vocals), Tom Ionescu (guitar/vocals), Devon Richardson (bass/vocals), and Zach Sutton (drums) are together, Jane’s Party. The talented Toronto-based foursome united amidst their university years in 2006, initially playing one-of-a-kind covers to packed clubs throughout the city before collaborating on some output of their own.

“Making music with other people is really fun when you open yourself up and allow it to be,” said Devon, “and at this point, we’re pretty much open to anything and welcome ideas from everywhere.”

Over the past decade, Jane’s Party has built its reputation on delivering the sort of powerhouse live show that’s become a lost art. Pyrotechnics and light shows don’t attract fans; catchy hooks and rich harmonies do, and JP is well-stocked on both.


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