Toronto-based Little Coyote make their first appearance in Halifax at The Carleton on Saturday, May 6th and we’d like you to see them. They’ll perform at 9 PM and admission (ahead of The Carletones) will be only $5 at the door.
Toronto three piece band Little Coyote released the first singles – Delirium and Annie’s Dead – from their debut album The Trouble With Teeth in the fall of 2015.
Combining classical piano, ethereal guitar, driving percussion and synth, band-mates Byron Patterson, Mike Poisson and Teagan Johnston create an exciting musical space, marrying their many influences from Folk, Alternative and Progressive Rock.
Teagan Johnston began her career as a composer on the west coast of Canada, recording her first EP Winter’s Child during her last year of High School, releasing the EP in November of 2013 and collaborating with local artists Aidan Knight and Steph Macpherson. The EP gained her local praise and Teagan went on to win Youth Song of the Year at the 2014 Vancouver Island Music Awards.
Growing up a fan of groups like Metric, Stars and Broken Social Scene, Teagan decided to relocate to Toronto at the age of 19 to start her own band – Little Coyote – inspired by the northern coyote of her native Whitehorse in the Yukon.