After releasing their self-titled debut in 2012 on Sleepless Records, July Talk, the Toronto based indie rockers, still have a lot to be excited about. First off, they are still on the touring circuit and they’ve recently signed a deal with Island Records - the label will release the self-titled
You go along to a free show not expecting much. On a night when some people were paying hundreds of pounds to see Robbie Williams, a mile away Toronto band July Talk were playing a free gig at The Brudenell Social Club. I know who got the best deal! I'm
Today marks the last day of July Talk's UK Tour. While on the road, we had the opportunity of catching up with the Toronto-based band to discuss near death experiences, playing shows with "no rules", stage antics, young regret, and signing fans' phones -- enjoy!
AMBY: Hello July Talk, welcome to
A deep rapturous growl, a siren song.
Peter Dreimanis and Leah Fay have this city wrapped around their fingers. Toronto was magnetically drawn to Lee’s Palace to dance, howl, and profess their love for Toronto natives July Talk on Friday night. They have been waiting a long time for this, a
July Talk are coming through to Chicago’s Beat Kitchen on Thursday, March the 20th with support from Black Bear/Brown Bear, Smokin' Betty Ultra Sally, and Born Cages. Courtesy of Kickstand Productions, A Music Blog, Yea? is giving away a pair of tickets to the event!
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July Talk performed before an audience of University of Toronto students on January 16th at the Hart House Great Hall on U of T campus. The Toronto-based alt-rock band played a free event for U of T students during the school’s annual Frost Week festivities. Since debuting with their first
Toronto's July Talk have been busily touring over the past few months, and are soon be on tour with Half Moon Run and Billy Talent. Luckily for AMBY, the band took time out of their busy schedule to catch up with us in their hometown. Have a look at our