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Places With Faces

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada | SELF

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada | SELF
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Discography

"Welcome To The Planetarium" an 8 track Ep, self produced and recorded in the winter of 2009.

"Moon Aura" Our second Ep that was mainly recorded in a cabin in the fall woods of Whistler, B.C.

"Purple Sun" A self recorded self produced acoustic album that will be released winter 2011

"Meridians" - First Full Length LP, starting production Spring 2012.

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Bio

Places With Faces ride with the currents, molding an adventurous path of discovery for the greater good. Their free-spirited music is inspired by Vancouver and the ocean, touching on ideas of truth, freedom and the vulnerability of life and love. Brought together by a string of fate, what was once an idea has now transformed into a full movement that portrays elements of beauty in their purest form.

By Spring 2010, Places With Faces completed their first 8 track EP “Welcome to the Planetarium”, a compilation of demos recorded in 2009/early 2010. After gaining more experience and exposure in Vancouver, playing almost every venue possible along with an indie Festival in Harrison Hot Springs. In the Fall of 2010, they were able to take more time to complete there second EP “Moon Aura,” recording most of the tracks in a remote cabin in beautiful Whistler, BC. The song "Spinnin" of Moon Aura" as well as "Audrey" off the first Ep have both been played on The Zone 91.3

Along with the release of “Moon Aura” in 2011, Places With Faces are currently working on their first full length LP entitled “Meridians,” an album involving more spiritual vibes and ideals.

Places With Faces is Caelin Roza, Kelly Leary, Tim Arnold, Jamie-son Francis Bain, and Kevin Nakanishi