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BIRDS OF PARADISE

ART/POP

Birds of Paradise embrace fresh new sounds that hold on to the romanticism of a past era. The duo consists of multimedia artists Roy Vucino & Hannah Lewis who, after eloping to California, began playing around the world. BOP have immersed them selves in Fassbinder films, Dada art, NY hip hop & punk and the poetic universes of Murakami books as they embarked on a musical trip, with no end in sight.

While paying homage to the melancholic voices of their 70s folk heroes, BOP had to look ahead to the evolution of today's pop music and imagine its own version of romantic pop having absorbed a proper dose of electronica and British post punk.

Besides music Lewis works on film, ranging from music videos to shorts about preservation of tradition & culture. She has written standout songs, such as Red Mass' "Sharp", which she sang as a duet with Mac DeMarco. 

Vucino is an innovative guitarist featured on SUB POP, Warner Bros., Last Gang Records, Swami and In the Red Records. He has written tracks performed by great artists such as Duchess Says and King Khan, not mention, his own 100+ releases.  Vucino has been a staple in the city’s punk, garage rock and experimental scenes for the last decade and has since begun a commercial career, recording and writing tracks for fashion, film and television companies such as Yves Saint Laurent, MGM, Playboy, MTV, Showcase and Alliance Films.

He is also currently acting on the new Viceland/City TV series FUBAR: Age of Computer.

ON TOUR

17 JUNe - OTTAWA @ OTTAWA BEAT 2 Year Anniversary Party
22 JUNe - MONTRÉAL @ FESTIVAL SOIR W/CO/NTRY + PETRA GLYNT
30 JUNe - QUÉBEC @ CAFÉ MAELSTROM W/MONSIEUR LEBLANC
11 August - CHÂTEAUGUAY @ FESTIVAL ARTS ET BRUIT

 

PRESS

Delivering soft, soulful folk songs with a modern twist.
— Exclaim - Sarah Murphy / Canada
Absolutely beautiful. Really outstanding and evocative stuff.
— Terminal Bordedom - Rich K. / USA
Goodbye Boozy released some extremely solid rock’n’roll singles from bands all over the globe. Including a haunting folk tune from a new band called Birds of Paradise... it’s all good.
— Pitchfork - Evan Minsker / USA

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CONTACT


marilyne@mothland.com