The Fugitives

The Fugitives, established in 2007, have released four records, which have been nominated for multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards and a Western Canadian Music Award. Their previous album, Everything Will Happen, spent ten weeks on the top ten Canadian folk charts, and earned them a support slot across Western Canada with Buffy Sainte-Marie and an appearance at UK’s Glastonbury Festival. Their follow-up, The Promise of Strangers, is set for release on January 26th on Borealis Records.


More EP Reviews...

Hey everyone, Here are two more recent reviews of the 'Find Me' EP.

"Vancouver folk band The Fugitives can turn a news story about a man found dead in his apartment into a heartfelt song. And with their new EP, Find Me, the thoughtful foursome stir spoken word, poetry and folksy melodies into an interesting collection of make-you-think tunes." - Vancouver Sun

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"The Fugitives Find Me stands up and says, “Listen to me! I am talking to you!” You'll find you'll be more than happy to listen... "Breaking Promises” is a beautiful start to an album that seems full of promise. The music builds and rolls through the track, changing tempo and volume in a manner that wraps up the listener and doesn't let go...The beautiful sound and heartfelt lyrics of “To The Man Found In His Apartment Seven Years After His Death” is clearly the best track on the album. The Fugitives tell the tale of the forgotten man and seem to ask his spirit "what happened?" It's a song to make your heart ache in a good way." - Gateway

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