CONCERT REVIEW: Great Lake Swimmers at the Randolph Theatre

Great Lake Swimmers put on a show for their hometown April 23 at the Randolph Theatre in Toronto. The indie folk band played songs from their sixth album A Forest of Arms including one from this clip titled “The Great Bear,” check it out:







The group played many fan favorites like “Zero in the City” and “Don’t Leave Me Hanging.” One performance that stood out from the crowd was their rendition of “Moving Pictures and Silent Film” which a single from their debut album. The song has a classic indie-acoustic sound, making it an obvious crowd pleaser.  Listen to a full version of the song here:





A Forest of Arms is now available on iTunes.



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