The Wooden Sky
Christopher Gonda - Jul 07, 2009 at 02:11PM
The Wooden Sky are a Canadian indie folk band based in Toronto, Ontario. The band originated after lead singer Gavin Gardiner wrote songs for a school project while attending Ryerson University. He formed the band with bassist Andrew Wyatt and drummer Chris Cocca, who has left the band. They originally formed as Friday Morning's Regret, releasing the song "The Wooden Sky" on the Friends in Bellwoods
compilation album, but opted to change the band's name to The Wooden Sky before releasing their debut album. Source: Wikipedia.
Swimming In Strange Waters is true to its namesake, submerging listeners in a psychedelic-inspired, indie folk-rock journey. But does The Wooden Sky swim or merely tread water with their latest release?
Toronto alt-rock quartet The Wooden Sky have just released a brand new track called "Black Gold" from Swimming in Strange Waters.
The Wooden Sky are streaming another track titled "You're Not Alone" off their upcoming new indie/folk rock album,
Swimming in Strange Waters.
Toronto, Canada's indie/folk rock group, The Wooden Sky, have just debuted the lead single and title track from their newly-announced album, Swimming in Strange Waters.
Canadian indie rock band The Wooden Sky performed on the Claridge Stage on the evening of July 8th. They played to a huge crowd, and it was obvious that everyone enjoyed the show!
The Wooden Sky are pleased to unveil Grace On A Hill Pt. 2, the second of a five-part series of live performance videos shot at the Grace On The Hill church in Toronto, directed by Scott Cudmore.
While their newest LP is a bit of a stretch stylistically, the band’s transition from rock-heavy long players to folios of folk tunes is merely flawless.
The Wooden Sky's third full-length, 'Every Child A Daughter, Every Moon A Sun' hits stores today. To complement the release the band also unveiled the first of five performance videos.
Canadian group The Wooden Sky are currently streaming a new song called "Malibu Rum" and it can be heard below. Check it out, we're sure you will love it.
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