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Falcon Jane

Feelin' Freaky

Falcon Jane’s songs are beautifully balanced: honest yet subtle lyrics, straightforward yet ethereal production, and deeply emotional yet bright, fun songwriting. They’re founders of “plez rock”, a music genre based on pleasantness and feeling good.
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About

Sara May is the creative force behind Canadian indie band Falcon Jane. She’s a vegan virgo from rural Ontario and one of those special souls that finds peace and truth through making music. She’s one of a kind.

Falcon Jane’s songs are beautifully balanced: honest yet subtle lyrics, straightforward yet ethereal production, and deeply emotional yet bright, fun songwriting. They’re founders of “plez rock”, a music genre based on pleasantness and feeling good. It’s cute, and maybe a bit cheeky, but it’s dead on. Falcon Jane’s songs convey depth and lightness in equal measure, and they’re a joy to listen to. In short, it’s absolutely pleasant rock.  

Over the last several years, especially since releasing their 2015 album Alive n Well, Falcon Jane have toured Eastern Canada and played in Toronto’s legendary venues countless times. Their third full-length album, Feelin’ Freaky, was released August 3rd, 2018 on Darling Recordings.

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Tracklist
1
The News
The News
02:48
2
Go With The Flow
Go With The Flow
03:48
3
Ginger Ale
Ginger Ale
02:12
4
Pure
Pure
02:52
5
Everybody Else
Everybody Else
03:28
6
Had It All
Had It All
03:08
7
Ignored
Ignored
03:36
8
Never Showed It
Never Showed It
04:08
9
Pure Pain
Pure Pain
04:08
10
The Dirt
The Dirt
04:00
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Falcon Jane

Credits

All songs written by Sara May
Recorded by Falcon Jane at Wildlife Sanctuary Studios in Grey County, Ontario

Engineered by Lisa Conway and Andrew Collins
Mastered by James C. Webster at The Wild Mills Studios in Horning's Mills, Ontario

Sara May: Vocals, Guitar, Synth
Andrew McArthur: Vocals, Drums, Piano, Wurlitzer, Percussion, Guitar
Racquel Hardy: Vocals, Synth
Branson Giles: Guitar
Jason Kuschmierz: Bass

We acknowledge the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, which last year invested $153 million to bring the arts to Canadians throughout the country.
We acknowledge the support of the Dufferin Arts Council

Thank you to everyone and everything that make us feel plez!

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