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Hawk and Steel

Victoria’s Hawk and Steel released their new single “David and Katie.” The song is from their upcoming record Anywhere But Here which comes out on June 23rd. The song tells the morose alt-country fable of…. David and Katie. neat.

It is the studio cut from a song we first heard close to a year ago when I was on The Zone.

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And if I may share a clip from my radio show on CFOX in Vancouver…this is a call I got the other day from Jose. Jose survived an insane motorcycle accident.

Go with yourself.

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Year After Year
Peter Gardner from Hawk and Steel came on my radio show yesterday to talk about his new song “Year After Year.”

I was sitting around the radio factory with DJ Boitano yesterday and he was talking about this funny break Dylan and Jason did on mammals and how long almost all of them take to urinate.

One thing led to another…and I’m in the washroom timing Boitano taking a piss.

Go with yourself.

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hawk and steel

I blogged about a month ago about Victoria band Hawk and Steel and their beautiful slow jam, “Year After Year.” They visited me at The Zone and we recorded the song live in studio. Peter Gardener talked about an upcoming 7-inch split single with the Toronto based band Snoqualmie that they were working on. Well he have a date, August 8th. And you can order the 7-inch by hitting Hawk and Steel’s band camp page.

The song  “Year After Year” is about perseverance. Despite some ups and downs in the relationship…here you are. This song might not speak to all relationships, but I think for the love stories that it does speak to, it hits direct.

When I hear this song, I think about loyalty, dependability, support, warmth. Maybe you’ll love it as much as I do.

…and that original live cut from The Zone.

Go with yourself.

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Year After Year
Yesterday on the show, Victoria alt-folky-countryish-indie rock band Hawk and Steel stopped by to perform a couple songs and talk about their set  at VIC Fest this Saturday, Day Stage at 3PM.

The boys performed a song they are currently working on as an upcoming 7-inch single called “Year After Year.” It just might be the best slow jam of 2014!

Hawk and Steel then performed a song called “David and Katie.” The song is the fictional tale of a couple who rob a bank to get the money they need to leave their small town life behind.  But is it a fictional tale? Lead singer Peter Gardner knew a kid in highschool who actually robbed a bank on Salt Spring Island.

Go with yourself.

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