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Taking their name from a dystopian 1947 novel by Vladimir Nabokov, Canada's Bend Sinister's compelling blend of indie pop and progressive rock draws from a wide array of artists, including Queen, ELO, Supertramp, Can, Steely Dan, and Black Sabbath. Formed in Vancouver, British Columbia in 2001 and led by vocalist/keyboardist Dan Moxon, the band issued an EP, The Warped Pane, ahead of their full-length debut, 2005's Through the Broken City. A self-titled EP arrived in 2007, followed by a sophomore full-length effort, Stories of Brothers, Tales of Lovers, in 2008. A pair of EPs, Spring Romance and On My Mind, appeared in 2010 and 2012, respectively, and in late 2012 the band issued their third studio long-player, Small Fame. 2014 saw the release of Animals, and in 2017, they issued The Other Way, which featured a lineup consisting of Moxon, drummer Dicky Neptune, bassist Matt Rhode, and guitarist Joseph Blood. ~ James Christopher Monger

ORIGIN
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
GENRE
Rock
FORMED
2000

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