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THE B-SIDE
Valley (Capitol/UMG Canada)
8/5/21

WHAT IT IS: Bursting out of the alt-pop scene, Toronto four-piece Valley—Rob Laska, Michael “Mickey” Brandolino, Alex Dimauro and Karah James—have generated a growing buzz over the last two years with their effervescent and melodic hooks. After earning a 2020 Juno Award nom for the album Maybe, Valley kicked off 2021 with the nostalgically sweet single “Like 1999,” which went viral on TikTok and helped their catalog explode to 170m+ streams. After following up that smash with “SOCIETY,” the band is shifting gears on its latest release, “Tempo,” co-written with Soaky Siren.
ALBUM:
Last Birthday (EP)
RELEASE DATE:
10/1
SINGLE: “Tempo”
LIVE: Sold-out U.S. tour with Coin this fall; opening for sold-out Ryman show on 8/31; performing at Bottle Rock, Wonderbus Festival
INTERNET: 170m+ combined global audio and video streams; 2.4m monthly Spotify listeners, 10m+ combined YouTube video views; playlists: Spotify’s Summer Hits, Summer Breakouts, Indie Pop, Pop Sauce, Chill Pop, soda, more
BOOKING: Ryan Edmundson/United Talent (U.S.) & Tom Kemp/Feldman Agency (Canada)
MANAGEMENT: Kevin
“Chief”
Zaruk & Simon Tikhman/The CORE Entertainment; DaLyn
Bauman
& Patrizia Levin/Align Management