Crown Lands made their way to Ottawa on Friday night for a night packed with rock & roll goodness.
Winners of the 2021 Juno Award for Breakthrough Group of the Year, and nominated for Rock Album of the Year, the duo have been receiving critical acclaim recently for their latest music.
The band’s latest EP White Buffalo, which came out in September, takes some inspiration from ’70s classic rock infused with 2000’s sounds from acts such as Wolfmother.
Crown Lands are currently nearing the end of their Canadian tour, with Ottawa being the second last stop before Montreal on Saturday night.
Toronto’s Skye Wallace was the second opener on the night. While Skye may have started on the folk side of things, a balance has been struck with a touch of punk and edge, bringing a powerful performance to the stage.
Skye Wallace’s self-titled 2019 album was at the forefront of a short set, with fans cheering for one more song as the band finished up.
Opening the night was Wakefield’s Rebelle, with the four-piece rock outfit providing the first spark to the night’s festivities.
The band’s new single “Kicks” was released on November 3rd, with an EP to follow soon.