Apr 1, 2014 Halifax JazzFest with St. Vincent

Well, we are over the moon to announce that we will be warming the Halifax JazzFest stage for the inimitable St. Vincent!

Tickets are on-sale now for the Monday, July 7 show: BUY TICKETS

Nov 4, 2013 JazzEast Presents The New Standard

We’ll be sharing the stage with The New Bridge as part of JazzEast’s series “The New Standard”. If you’re near Halifax, please do come say hello at the Company House on November 20, 8pm, $8.



Sep 18, 2013 Thank you, Halifax

Thanks to all who showed their support at our Halifax album release. Thanks to Sea Legs Collective, you can watch us perform “Why Must You Hide Your Light”:


Come celebrate the release of our new album “HEALTH” at the Seahorse Tavern in Halifax (1663 Argyle Street). Local magician/comedian Bill Wood (Picnicface) will open the evening with a very special ‘Everything Is Magic’ magic show! We have limited cabaret seating, so come on down early to grab a table and enjoy our orchestrated pop stylings. We will have a merch table with CDs, pins and t-shirts so remember to bring a mitt full of loot! Also, what’s a record release without a special guest? We’ll have that too. XO

TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE: http://bit.ly/14rjIUc

Jul 30, 2013 HEALTH is officially released!

Hey everyone, the long wait is over and HEALTH is ready for purchase! To buy, just click either the itunes or CD tab under the HEALTH album cover! To buy digitally in Canada, go to http://zunior.com/products/the-heavy-blinkers-health and get the album in either mp3 or loss-less FLAC format!

Jul 26, 2013 All Music’s Poplist

The Heavy Blinkers are back! After a string of amazingly good chamber pop albums that culminated with the breathtaking The Night and I Are Still So Young in 1994, the original group drifted away leaving only chief songwriter Jason Michael MacIsaac to carry on. He gathered up a new batch of trusted musicians, spent countless hours arranging, recording and mixing new songs, and almost a decade later, Health was finished. It’s another wonderfully baroque, melodically rich, musically dense effort…”

Read the full article by Tim Sendra

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