Vancouver based rock band The Gay Nineties are in the middle of a great year.
They enjoyed hanging out in Toronto for Canadian Music Week, which included playing a Music B.C. showcase at the Rivoli which included Bend Sinister’s Dan Moxon and Hot Panda.
“ It was a wicked show,” enthused Gay Nineties frontman Parker Bossley from Toronto, getting his entire band ( bassist Daniel Knowlton, drummer Malcolm Holt and keyboardist Bruce Ledingham) in on the interview.
They are currently enjoying their Liberal Guilt (their brand new CD) tour with Zerbin, which brings them to the Slice, May 25.
They are pleased with the new CD.
“We released in January, but worked on it all last year,” said Holt.
“ We were excited to do a full length album,” he continued.
Bossley is even more excited about the two videos the band filmed for the CDs first singles “ Hold Your Fire” and “Letterman.”
“ For Hold Your Fire, we hired a professional dance choreographer,” he said adding they were influenced by psychedelic ’70s videos for their video.