ORIGINALITY - Canadian electro pop-rock three-piece Fortune Killers have unleashed the single Domino from their debut LP due this Fall. The band performs June 21st at the International Beer Haus. Brett Reid Photography

Fortune Killers include Red Deer on current tour

Band plays the International Beer Haus next week

Canadian electro pop-rock three-piece Fortune Killers have unleashed the single Domino from their debut LP due this fall.

The band performs June 21st at the International Beer Haus.

Featuring Felicia Harding’s exotic vocals, soaring lead lines, and heart-thumping grooves, Domino gives listeners a taste of what’s to expect from the up and coming Victoria, B.C. based collective.

For now, the band is taking their high-voltage stage performance on the road this summer in advance of their album release. Described as the ‘lovechild of Lana Del Ray and Metric’, Fortune Killers make glitter and grit collide.

Described by the Victoria Music Scene as, “One of the most entertaining local bands to watch,” Fortune Killers is also recognized as a band that, “Has to be experienced live to be fully appreciated.”

Under the former name of Isobel Trigger, the band released 2014’s EP Nocturnal, garnering a Rock Group of the Year nod in Victoria’s Monday Magazine Awards.

Since winning 2015’s Vancouver Island Music Award – Group of The Year, the band has toured nationally including performances at Indie Week, Canadian Music Week, BreakOut West and Rifflandia Music Festival.

Fortune Killers recently released the single and accompanying video for Fool’s Gold.

Produced by Howard Redekopp (Dear Rouge, Tegan and Sara), Fool’s Gold is the lead track from Fortune Killer’s upcoming FACTOR funded album, which also features production work from Tom Dobrzanski (Zolas) and Adam Sutherland (Vince Vaccaro).

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