Partner at Pride TO 2017

Mar Sellars interviews Josée and Lucy from Partner at Pride Toronto 2017

Partner (Windsor by way of Sackville) has been called “the best new band in Canada” and “Canada’s most promising live band”, their debut album In Search of Lost Time is tipped as one of the most anticipated Canadian albums of 2017 (look for it September 08 on You’ve Changed Records). See Rock Live was lucky enough to catch up with them shredding at Pride Toronto on the Alterna-Queer stage and have a little chat with them afterward….


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