14 Jan 2013

Band to reunite at Canadian indie fest

One of the most beloved Canadian indie bands of all time recently announced they will be reuniting for the Field Trip Music and Arts Festival this summer. Broken Social Scene has been on hiatus since August 2011. However, to celebrate the​10th anniversary of the Arts and Crafts music label, which was co-founded by the band’s frontman Kevin Drew, the music collective decided to get back together to perform live once more, according to Spin.

There are plenty of die hard fans of the Canadian-based rock band throughout Toronto who have collected memorabilia over the years. For those who are unable to find space in their homes to put records, magazines, or their ticket collection, renting out a Toronto storage space would be an excellent idea.

Although Broken Social Scene is expected to be the “biggest lure,” CBC News reported there are several other indie bands that will draw a large audience as well. Some of the artists listed on the bill are Feist, who is also a former member of BSS, Canadian folk group Timber Timbre and Toronto-based singer/songwriter Cold Specks.

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