Stars

Stars

indie pop band

Band

Indie pop band from Montreal, Canada

Stars on KCRW

Canadian indie pop group Stars are longtime KCRW favorites. They've always had arena-sized choruses on songs that cover. heartbreak and hope in equal amounts.

Stars

Canadian indie pop group Stars are longtime KCRW favorites. They've always had arena-sized choruses on songs that cover. heartbreak and hope in equal amounts.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Montreal's Stars are back with an upbeat recording that showcases the group's maturity.

Stars

Montreal's Stars are back with an upbeat recording that showcases the group's maturity.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Montreal's Stars offer beautiful, eloquent indie pop when they perform new songs from their upcoming release The Five Ghosts at 11:15am.

Stars

Montreal's Stars offer beautiful, eloquent indie pop when they perform new songs from their upcoming release The Five Ghosts at 11:15am.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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