What started as the brain baby of London’s folk sweetheart Taylor Holden, evolved into Averages, an exciting, explosive soda pop/rock band. Still pulling on the stories of their folk roots, they give the usual happy go lucky tunes a nice, sharp edge. Packed to the brim with ridiculous anecdotes, important topics (see: drinking milkshakes, eating chicken fingers, destroying the patriarchy) and infectious melodies, their tunes stick to your brain like the gum on your shoes.
With a small handful of Canadian tours under their belt, and having shared the stage with powerhouses like The Sadies, Fortunate Ones, and Finger 11 (what), the last few years have them climbing an upward spiral with no signs of slowing down. With showcases at Toronto’s Indie Week, Canadian Music Week, Summerfolk 42 and Halifax Pop Explosion, these modern-day troubadours are a force to be reckoned with, as they gear up to release their debut album in Fall 2018.
Taylor Holden (electric guitar, lead vocals),
Charlie Weber (electric guitar, vocals)
Mason VanGaalen (bass)
Perry Alexander (drums)