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Alden Penner

Alden Penner

Alden Penner


Alden Penner is a Canadian musician who was in the Montreal based band The Unicorns. Before The Unicorns, he recorded music of his own and was in various bands such as Poor Alexander. After the Unicorns, he released a 7" vinyl called "The Ghost of Creaky Crater" on an Australian label, while living there for a period of a year. After returning to Montreal, he played with a man named Adam, a former member of the Arcade Fire, and made music for the soundtrack to a film called "The Hamster Cage". Read more on Last.fm
Alden Penner is a Canadian musician who was in the Montreal based band The Unicorns. Before The Unicorns, he recorded music of his own and was in various bands such as Poor Alexander. After the Unicorns, he released a 7" vinyl called "The Ghost of Creaky Crater" on an Australian label, while living there for a period of a year. After returning to Montreal, he played with a man named Adam, a former member of the Arcade Fire, and made music for the soundtrack to a film called "The Hamster Cage".

He then finished an album with his band, Clues, who were working with producer Mark Lawson (Arcade Fire, The Unicorns, Islands, Beirut, Final Fantasy). They played their first show at the Pop Montreal Festival, in an intimate chapel. The show was considered a highlight of the festival, due to the shambolic beauty of their set. Clues disbanded in 2010, about a year after their only album was released. In 2010, Penner announced the creation of a new band called The Hidden Words, which consists of former Unicorns member Jamie Thompson, Eric Farr, James Farr, Neah Kelly, and Marie-Claire Saindon.

The band plays music inspired by the Bahá'í Faith and has played at many shows in Canada. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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