Review – Stars

By: Remington Fioraso

Album: No One Is Lost
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Release Date: October 14, 2014
Genre: Indie pop

Stars is an indie pop band formed in Toronto in 1998. The band consists of Members: Torquil Campbell Evan Cranley Patrick McGee Amy Millan Chris Seligman. Fast forward to 2014, the group now based in Montreal, has released 7 full-length studio albums, 6 extended plays, a remix album, and 19 singles.

Their seventh and latest studio record No One Is Lost was released on October 14, 2014. The release contains eleven tracks including the singles “From The Night” and “No One Is Lost.” Prior to listening to the album, I was hesitant. I had enjoyed previous releases beforehand. Will it live up to my expectations? The short answer: Yes, yes it did. The group maintained their sound from previous releases. However, it feels slightly more uplifting.

The songs that stood out the most for me on No One Is Lost include: “This is the Last Time,” “You Keep Coming Up,” and “Trap Door.” As a Stars fan, I enjoyed the album.

You can check out the first single, “From The Night” at:

Rating: 3/5

Like the album? Check out Stars’ upcoming Canadian tour dates:

February 3 ¬ Kingston, ON ¬ Grand Theatre
February 5 ¬ Montreal, PQ ¬ Metropolis
February 6 ¬ Quebec City, PQ ¬ Imperial
February 7 ¬ Ottawa, ON ¬ NAC
February 8 Guelph, ON Hillside Inside – RRC
February 11 ¬ London, ON ¬ London Music Hall
February 12 ¬ Toronto, ON ¬ Danforth
February 13 ¬ Toronto, ON ¬ Danforth
February 21 ¬ Winnipeg, MB ¬ Burton Cummings
February 23 ¬ Saskatoon, SK ¬ O’Brian/Odean Event Centre
February 24 ¬ Calgary, AB ¬ MacEwan Hall
February 25 ¬ Edmonton, AB ¬ Winspear
February 27 ¬ Vancouver, BC ¬ Vogue
February 28 ¬ Vancouver, BC ¬ Vogue
March 1 ¬ Victoria, BC ¬ Royal Theatre

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