Beloved Canadian singer-songwriter and Broken Social Scene co-founder Kevin Drew remains an indie pop innovator. In 2014 he impressed fans and critics alike with his sophomore solo album Darling. Drew’s pairing of traditional elements like piano and drums with ambient textures and soaring synth lines gave the record an expansive sound, and anthems like "Good Sex" and "You In Your Were" sound larger than life at his eclectic live shows. Whether he's playing cuts from Darling or airing out favorites from his debut album Spirit If..., Drew is a consummate showman who always treats fans to an unforgettable concert experience on tour.
Kevin Drew grew up in Toronto and attended The Etobicoke School of the Arts, Canada’s oldest arts-focused high school. In 1999 he formed the baroque pop outfit Broken Social Scene with Brendan Canning, and together they led the group to indie rock stardom during the ‘00s. Seminal releases like 2002’s You Forgot It in People and a self-titled 2005 album won the band fans around the world, along with two Juno awards for Alternative Album of the Year. In 2007 Drew made his solo debut backed by the band, and the album was released as Broken Social Scene Presents Kevin Drew, Spirit If… Drew and Broken Social Scene continued to enjoy success in 2010 with the album Forgiveness Rock Record, which topped the Canadian charts and was shortlisted for the year’s Polaris Music Prize. Drew released his sophomore solo album Darlings in 2014, earning praise from critics and fans alike and drumming up excitement for future tour dates.