Owen Marchildon


Owen Marchildon is a songwriter and guitarist who has been part of the Toronto music scene since 2002. Owen’s creative output has been prolific, producing volumes of his own music independently since 2005. Ten full length albums, one E.P and several singles under four different monikers, Purple Hill, Rough Skeletons, Marchildon! and High Wasted. Owen also played Bass for the critically lauded Math Rock Quartet, From Fiction and later with Julie Kendall’s surf-soul project, 1977.

2024 will see Owen Marchildon pulling back the veil of all his previous monikers and releasing new music under his own name. The first single, Heavy Dreams, is a jangle pop love letter, a musical marriage of hook driven guitars, and the silvery sentiments of Big Star. Longtime bandmates and collaborators, Jordan Bruce and Brent Hough, spread out the sound, complimenting the style, imagination and fabric of Owen’s songwriting.

Heavy Dreams drops worldwide on Wednesday, March 27th, 2024 on all streaming platforms.




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