The Meligrove Band has made a habit of taking their time.
The long running Toronto pop group recently returned withh Bones of Things, their first album in four years and fifth full length released at the tail end of 2014 on We Are Busy Bodies.
The ten-track album was recorded with long-time friend and producer Jose Contreras at his Chicano Power Studio in rural Caledon over the course of two years showcases their strongest songwriting to date. Lyricists Jason Nunes and Darcy Rego sing about love and friendship over rolling bass lines, jangly guitars and pounding drums.
Since the release of their last album Shimmering Lights, the band has been the subject of the critically acclaimed documentary Ages and Stages: The Story of theMeligrove Band chronicling their career. The film includes interviews with more than 40 other Canadian bands and music industry personalities including Joel Plaskett, Tokyo Police Club, Born Ruffians, Fucked Up, The Arkells, The Most Serene Republic and Sebastien Grainger.