Kaleidoscopic Toronto Indie Rockers The Ruby Spirit Release Debut Record Born Under a Veil

With their unique combination of modern indie rock, cabaret, and 60s psychedelia, this five-piece outfit has gained a growing reputation for transforming local gigs into mesmerizing stage performances. In under a year, The Ruby Spirit’s thrilling live show has earned them headlining spots at the Mod Club, Lee’s Palace, and the Great Hall. Along the way, they’ve supported emerging indie artists like White Lies and The Golden Dogs, and historic punk artists like The Viletones and Carole Pope.
They’ve been recognized in local press, most notably for their Canadian Music Week and NXNE performances. The band's singer, Paige Boy, appeared on the cover of the internationally distributed Communication Arts Magazine July/Aug ‘10 edition.
The Ruby Spirit’s debut recording Born Under a Veil contains a collection of songs that pushes the envelope of the pop music genre. Recorded in a condemned building in the east end of Toronto that the band took over and transformed into a studio, the record is drenched with unique moments, ranging from a 50 person stomp and clap sing-along to using circus calliopes. This indie/pop/psychedelic journey is relentlessly creative yet never let's up the charm, love, and memorable choruses that give the songs such magnetism. Born Under a Veil was produced by Tony Malone (Drastic Measures, The Dishes), and mastered by Joao Carvalho (Death from Above 1979, Lights).

The Ruby Spirit is:
Paige Boy - Voice
Alex Pulec - Guitar/Voice/Theremin
Mike Macdonnell - Bass
Jay Cipparrone - Drums
Juliana Eye - Organs/Synth/Piano/Voice

Homepage: www.therubyspirit.com
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