Owen Pallett is a singer, composer, violinist, producer, and arranger from Toronto. Since entering the city's indie music scene in 2002 as a member of the Hidden Cameras and the trio Les Mouches, Pallett collaborated with a multitude of indie artists including Jim Guthrie, the National, and Arcade Fire. In addition to touring in various string sections in the mid-2000s, he was an active composer, writing arrangements for Arcade Fire's groundbreaking Funeral, Neon Bible, and The Suburbs along with albums for Fucked Up, Beirut, and the Last Shadow Puppets. Between 2005 and 2009, Pallett recorded two albums as Final Fantasy, 2005's Has a Good Home and 2006's He Poos Clouds. The second won the inaugural Polaris Prize. After spending the next four years writing, arranging, and doing session work for dozens of other musicians, Pallett issued ...
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Heartland 2010 Heartland
In Conflict 2014 In Conflict
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