Behind the Scenes of ‘Sing to the Night’

October 26th, 2015

So many people wanted to know – was Sing to the Night really one shot? was Dylan Siggers really skiing backwards to film the video? Well here it is, shot by Dylan on a go-pro, to demystify any questions you may have had.

He is incredible.

Our video for ‘My Vessel, My Grave’ won $3000.00 to donate to Musicounts.

October 14th, 2015

Thanks to the CBC and Encorp, we were able to participate in an awesome recycling initiative called Greentracks, where three BC based bands got to make instruments out of returnable items. We made a ukulele out of a juice jug, an ugly stick out of tin cans, and a drum kit out of aluminum juice containers and cardboard juice boxes. Thanks to our fans, our video won top prize! Which means that we got to donate $3000.00 to MusiCounts. To check out everything awesome that MusiCounts does, head to .Greentracks

Our video for ‘Sing to the Night’ won video of the year at The Western Canadian Music Awards!

September 22nd, 2015


Our very own Sage McBride and Dylan Siggers won for video of the year for their work on our video for ‘Sing to the Night’. Without Sage’s crazy one-shot ski video idea, and without Dylan’s crazy backward skiing wizardry, it would have never been possible. Huge thanks to Fernie Alpine Resort, Hot Dog Day Ski Suit Rentals, The Royal, Fernie Brewing Company, Coraley Letcher, Nick Nault Photography and all of the extras and volunteers who helped this video kickass. Also huge thanks to FACTOR and Music BC for all of your generous support throughout this album.

Breakout West / Rifflandia Show Schedule

September 15th, 2015

Shred Kelly BOW Postcard

My Vessel, My Grave on CBC GreenTracks

September 9th, 2015

We were invited by CBC and Return-It to make instruments out of returnable bottles for a video along with two other amazing BC bands, Yukon Blonde and Hey Ocean. We got crazy and made a ukulele out of a juice jug, a drum kit out of cans and empty juice containers, and an ugly stick out of cans and bottles. Now that the videos are made, BC residents can vote for their favorite video, and the band with the most votes gets to donate $3000.00 to the charity of their choosing. We have chosen Musicounts to support musical education in schools. Check out our video below and follow this link to vote for your fave.