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the hot springs

the hot springs

the hot springs


The Hot Springs are a female-fronted indie-rock band based in Montreal, Canada. Formed in Spring, 2004, the Hot Springs features Giselle Webber on vocals and guitar, Rémy Nadeau-Aubin on guitar , Frédéric Sauvé on bass and Anne Gauthier on drums (previously Karine Lauzon). Since their release of Rock Partouze in 2005, the Hot Springs have gained a large amount of attention in the Canadian independent music scene, with their track Caco Disco hitting #1 on the local college charts Read more on Last.fm
The Hot Springs are a female-fronted indie-rock band based in Montreal, Canada. Formed in Spring, 2004, the Hot Springs features Giselle Webber on vocals and guitar, Rémy Nadeau-Aubin on guitar , Frédéric Sauvé on bass and Anne Gauthier on drums (previously Karine Lauzon). Since their release of Rock Partouze in 2005, the Hot Springs have gained a large amount of attention in the Canadian independent music scene, with their track Caco Disco hitting #1 on the local college charts, MIMI (Montreal Independent Music Initiative) nominations in both the E.P. and Rising Star categories, and numerous radio and television spots within the francophone media circuit.

They are unique in the Montréal music scene, in that they have an equal fan-base within both the francophone and anglophone communities. The band is reportedly working on their next full-length album at Breakglass Studio, scheduled to be released in Fall, 2006. In the past the band has shared stages and floors with acts ranging from the Chinese Stars to Malajube. ---via Wikipedia 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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