Brand new Jesse and the Dandelions and the Hearts entertain with peppy pop music


Jesse and a band of brand new Dandelions made a long awaited return to the Slice, NJesse Northey at the Slice. Photo by Richard Ameryov. 7 to give an appreciative audience a taste of  a new CD  they plan to release next year.

 They played plenty of pretty, ambient, dreamy, laid back indie rock with easygoing lyrics and peaceful melodies. 

Drummer Tasy Hudson and Keyboardist Cayley Thomas added ethereal  background vocals.
 Fellow Edmontonians the Hearts played their own brand of meThe Hearts playing the Slice. Photo by Richard Amerylodic, dreamy indie pop in support of their brand new CD “Equal Love.”

 They began their set slowly and built up on the intensity.
 They had lots of melodies and  lots of ’80s synth pop influence. But they turned things down for a couple of songs for a couple of slow dancers.

While frontman/ guitarist Jeff Stuart sang most of the lead vocals, Michelle Rempel- Sabourin sang  beautiful lead on a couple of songs to add a little variety.

— by Richard Amery, L.A. Beat Editor
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 18 November 2015 13:36 )