LISTEN | Toronto's Bravestation Release Eclectic Synth Pop Album Goddess
Toronto duo Bravestation released their highly anticipated full-length album, Goddess; a record that plays out like the story arc of a relationship, paying homage to romance and the power of togetherness.
The duo, which is comprised of brothers Derek and Devin Wilson, created the songs for Goddess in their home studio before collaborative sessions with various up-and-coming Toronto and Montreal songwriters and producers. Influenced by the eclectic sounds heard in the ‘80s music they grew up listening to, the duo channels a vast array of genres including electronic dance music, post-punk and contemporary R&B to create their own new wave of alternative synth-pop.
The songs are about infatuation, heartbreak, compromise, commitment and the ultimate pursuit and feeling of love. Goddess is an antithesis to the misogyny that you hear in a lot of popular music these days. It’s a positive message for the co-existence of women and men.
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