Rock band Grand Splendid hail from Montreal and are excited to be on the local indie scene. Their upfront electric guitar sounds and soothing vocal melodies are attracting the attention of indie music lovers.
They released their first EP Numbers, which was engineered by Maxime Audet-Halde (Doba Caracol) and mastered by Ryan Morey (Arcade Fire, The Stills, Sam Roberts). In the studio, the band's musical exploration went beyond their guitar-driven sound, adding new textures with vintage keyboards, a pump organ and layered vocal harmonies.
Their singles, Hopeless and Energy, have aired on several indie radio stations across North America, Europe and Asia.
They also received support from UK rockers The Joy Formidable, who selected Grand Splendid as the featured artist on one of their sporadic podcasts.
other venues across Quebec and Ontario.
They will release their sophomore EP this year, that they recorded at an old church converted into a recording studio.
For their new songs the band pushed their boundaries experimenting with guitar and synth sounds, while maintaining
their catchy vocal melodies that are the essence of the band's sound.