Coldest Night of the Year gears up for EP release: Download of the Week

Regina indie rock group to play CD release party at The Exchange

Coldest Night of the Year, a Regina-based indie rock four-piece, are set to release their debut EP this Friday, April 5, at The Exchange.

Comprised of several familiar Queen City scene veterans from bands such as Library Voices, Geronimo and This Machine is a Fountain, Coldest Night of the Year have been steadily playing shows throughout the province, and have been included in the recent Gateway Festival line-up announcement.

Despite their chilly name, Coldest Night of the Year is a heartfelt, blue-collar rock group whose business is crafting warm-blooded, rough-hewn pop songs. With their EP being both anthemic and danceable, this Regina group have crafted a formula that explores limitless possibilities paired with a simple mandate to pound out the jams.

Appearing with Coldest Night of the Year is Nick Faye & the Deputies and Gunner. Additionally, Miss Planette, who did the art for Coldest Night of the Year’s shirts and EP, will have prints of her other work for sale that night as well.