• Singles “satellite” (regular rotation ON INDIE 88, Sirius XM The Verge, Spotify's New Music Friday), "You're The Light" (regular rotation ON INDIE 88, Apple Music's Best of the Week, Spotify's New Music Friday), and “Wait For You” (CBC3 Top Ten)

  • over 4.5 million streams across Spotify, Apple Music & Youtube

  • Support for artists such as The Arkells, Sam Roberts Band, Tom Odell, Blue Rodeo, Stars, LIGHTS, Lowest of The Low, The Sadies, Lord Huron, etc...

album featuring:

  • Skratch Bastid: "Right down the line" 

  • Leland whitty (badbadnotgood): "Surfing on a Sinewave" , Acknowledgements" & “Casual Island”

  • Willa: “Satellite”

  • Kirty (Fast romantics): "Drive"


You’re The Light

Lead single from upcoming album Casual Island
Directed by Julian Peter and Kat Webber
Lighting Design by Nathan Whitford (Urban Visuals)
Produced by Jake Yanowski (CaneSugar Filmworks) & Zach Sutton (JP Productions)

Acknowledgements (Live)

Follow-up single from upcoming album Casual Island
Directed, Shot and Edited by Kat Webber 

About Casual Island


Casual Island began as a set of home studio demos inspired by Jane's Party's experience supporting Tom Odell's “No Bad Days” tour across Europe in 2016. After returning home the band immediately called up producer Derek Hoffman (The Trews, Arkells, Elwins, Willa), and set up what would become the Casual Island sessions. Bassist/singer Devon Richardson says, "Derek is absolutely brilliant at taking what's initially unique and captivating about a musical idea and amplifying it a million times over". "So much of what made the final recordings came right from the original demos [not far removed from Tom Odell's own recording process]", says guitarist/singer Tom Ionescu. "This album feels very personal to us, like we're sharing that initial intimate experience when you're first coming up with the song and recording it in your bedroom", says keyboardist/singer Jeff Giles.

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“With the help of BADBADNOTGOOD’s Leland Whitty, alt-rock Toronto band Jane’s Party have once again produced a conceptual wonder of modern sound.”
— Jonathan Frahm (Pop Matters)

Singles & collaborations

As of April of 2018, the band has been steadily releasing singles from the full-length, leading with indie-rocker "You're The Light" (Indie88), followed by "Acknowledgements", “Wait For You” (CBC3 Top 10) and with the release of the full album, the latest single, “Satellite” (Indie88 and SiriusXM The Verge). Each single has been accompanied by a B-Side, "Right Down The Line" featuring DJ Skratch Bastid, "Surfing On A Sinewave" (Pop Matters), featuring and produced by Leland Whitty (BADBADNOTGOOD), and “Drive” featuring Kirty (Fast Romantics). Drummer Zach Sutton says, "For the four of us, writing and recording music has always been a collaborative process. Bringing in Skratch, Leland and Kirty is our way of expanding the family and getting fresh creative juices into the mix. Every collaboration has been a huge source of inspiration that challenges the way we approach music making". 

“In my world, bands rarely surpass four members. A bass, guitar, piano, and drums are the only essentials needed to get people out of their seats and dancing like idiots. Special effects don’t attract fans, catchy hooks do, and lead singers are always accompanied by rich harmonies and backing vocals. Is this too much to ask of today’s musical talent? Maybe so, but at least there’s one group out there meeting my specifications; Toronto indie-rockers Jane’s Party. ”
— Adam Lalama (Noisey)

The Team

Booking: APA Agency
Stefanie Purificati | Stefanie.Purificati@unitedtalent.com 

Canadian Publicity: Listen Harder Music Publicity 
Cristina Fernandes | cristina@listenharder.com

Radio: Canvas Media
David Tysowski | david@canvasmedia.ca

The Band: janespartyband@gmail.com

“Jane’s Party’s ever-expanding circle of friends and admirers is a result of touring with a wide array of artists over the past several years [Tom Odell, Arkells, Blue Rodeo, LIGHTS, Sam Roberts Band, Lord Huron, Manic Street Preachers], during which they’ve honed their skills at winning over almost every type of audience.”
— Jason Schneider (FYI Music News)