Canadian indie rockers Casper Skulls emerged in 2015 with a dynamic sound that pairs rootsy dream pop and shoegaze with nervy post-punk and soaring alternative rock. The band issued their debut album, Mercy Works, in 2017, which earned a SOCAN Songwriting Prize nomination for the single "Lingua Franca." The group's sophomore long-player, Knows No Kindness, appeared in 2021.
Formed in Toronto in 2015 by Sudbury-based multi-instrumentalists and romantic partners Neil Bednis and Melanie St-Pierre, Casper Skulls coalesced into a four-piece with the additions of Fraser McClean (bass) and Chris Anthony (drums). Drawing inspiration from artists like Pavement, Arcade Fire, My Bloody Valentine, and Sonic Youth, the newly minted quartet honed their chops at Toronto clubs before inking a deal with Buzz Records and issuing their debut EP, Lips ... Read Full Biography