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I Love This CD!

It places the day-to-day things we sometimes must deal with and puts them to song. Whether that subject is being constantly exposed to the woes of the rich and famous Paris Hilton, or someone’s girlfriend that is hooked on crack. The lyrics are well written and tell their story on top of a solid bed of rock & roll. The CD gives way to an ambience that conjures up a warm, slightly dark and sometimes smoke filled room. This CD stays in my changer!

The Girls We Followed Home

Amazing work by a three piece. Power riffs that fade to soliloquy by the individual instruments. Great lyrics and rhythms. Strong influence from the 90's rock scene. Highly recomend this first CD from Mozart's Sister.

Songs are OK, recording could have been better

I like the vocals a lot...but... The drums drive me nuts. I know there is a place for stripped down stuff but every song the drums are just enough off of time in spots that it messes with the overall mix (especially Paris Hilton, & Crack W***e). I wish there was a little less compression on it as a whole, let the music breath! Worst Case Scenario is the best track on the album for sure.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

Montreal-based musician/performer Caila Thompson-Hannant came from the same fertile creative scene that gave birth to similarly minded artists such as Grimes, Majical Cloudz, and Sean Nicholas Savage. Thompson-Hannant took part in various bands, playing with acts like Miracle Fortress, Shapes and Sizes, and Think About Life before going solo in 2011 under the Mozart's Sister moniker. Toiling over a few spare songs for many months resulted in her debut EP, 2013's Hello. The songs were fragmented synth...
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