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No Birds

No Birds

No Birds


No Birds began August, 2003 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (originally named "It Will Clearly Be A Pyramid"). Their first timid public appearance was in an echo-y community hall, opening for local punk-rock bands. They were flabbergasted when people approached with compliments after their set, and when Steve Reed of Teargas Recording Tree expressed interest in recording their material, they decided to stick together and make more music. Since then Read more on Last.fm
No Birds began August, 2003 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (originally named "It Will Clearly Be A Pyramid"). Their first timid public appearance was in an echo-y community hall, opening for local punk-rock bands. They were flabbergasted when people approached with compliments after their set, and when Steve Reed of Teargas Recording Tree expressed interest in recording their material, they decided to stick together and make more music. Since then, they have played with many notable Canadian and international bands and musicians such as Clann Zu, Sea Ray, A Northern Chorus, Fractal Pattern, The Faunts, All Purpose Voltage Heroes, The Absent Sound, Blood Music, Mahogany Frog, Holzkopf, and Maybe Smith. They sold over 200 copies of their first release, 'Don't rely on dying young,' in Saskatoon and hoped to find wider distribution of it and their second album, 'Flowers', during a cross-Canada tour in August, 2005.

'Flowers' was released in early July with the help of Teargas Recording Tree. The band broke up shortly afterward, with all ten members going on to various music projects. 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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