Evil Tongues has developed a gritty cinematic sound that aims to captivate listeners with soaring anthemic melodies and raw personal lyrics. Members Jennifer Di and Mike Allain worked together as professionals in the Toronto music scene. The pair bonded over their eclectic range of musical tastes and saw an opportunity to take to the stage, collaborating on something new inspired by a shared love of the sounds that defined the 80’s and the UK music scene. Bands like The Cure, Depeche Mode, White Lies, and Chvrches are a major source of inspiration behind the synth-driven sound of Evil Tongues’ music.
What initially began as a passion project in 2017 turned into the duo’s main focus following the collapse of the music industry brought on by the pandemic. After dedicating 2020 to writing, the duo relocated to the West Coast in 2021 where they recorded with platinum certified producer/engineer Nygel Asselin at NYG Studios in Vancouver. They took full advantage of the array of vintage synthesizers available to them to lock in the analog sounds of the 80s that would define Evil Tongues. Their single “Energy For This” was mixed by Juno award winning engineer Kevin Dietz in Toronto and mastered by Grammy award winning Emily Lazar and Chris Allgood at The Lodge Mastering in NYC.
Their latest single “Catch Me” was mixed by Juno award winning engineer Kevin Dietz in Toronto and mastered by Grammy award winning Emily Lazar and Chris Allgood at The Lodge Mastering in NYC. The song examines everything we sacrifice when chasing our dreams,family, friends, relationships. And asks the question, if everything goes terribly wrong will anyone still be there to catch me when I fall?
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