Canadian Pop/Soul Ensemble Bridal Party Unveil Their Debut Record “Too Much”

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After a pair of successful EPs in 2015’s Hot Daze and 2017’s Negative Space Canadian pop/soul five-piece, Bridal Party is finally ready to unveil their debut full length Too Much.

The record’s namesake “Too Much” was the first single out of the box, followed up by “Jukebox Cutie,” “Nectarine” and “Speak Easy,” and if the samples are any indicator the whole meal is about to be pretty damn special.

Consisting of members Suzannah Raudaschl (vox, guitar), Joseph Leroux (vox guitar), Jordan Clairmont (keys), Lee Gauthier (bass), and Adrian Heim (drums), the group spent the better part of the last two years tweaking their sound until it was just right and up to their standards of …

“We just want to play music we like,” they said.

On the surface that may not sound like lofty goals, but when you read between the lines you realize how difficult it must have been for five exemplary musicians to come up with a cohesive sound that all of them could collectively call their own.

The group wasted little time getting back to recording following the release of Negative Space and after three separate and incredibly intense week-long studio sessions they were able to produce a sound that would challenge and ultimately level-up everything about their songwriting process.

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