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Men I Trust

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About Men I Trust

Men I Trust is an indie band from Montreal (Canada) composed of Jessy (bass/ guitar), Dragos (keyboards) and Emma (vocals/ guitar). With smooth, chin-bouncing rhythms & bass lines, warm guitars and alluringly subdued vocals, longevity – in all its forms – is an underlying theme in their craft.  At its most spacious, listening to Men I Trust feels like you’re gliding on a never-ending wave; at its tightest, they still provide pockets of time to catch your breath.

Men I Trust will release their third full-length album in early 2019

PRAISE FOR MEN I TRUST

“Men I Trust's effervescent pop splits the difference between ornate classic pop and chilled-out dance- floor fodder, for a sound that sands down every possible rough edge. In this case, that's a good thing: The band's slippery-smoothness is a big part of its slyly bouncy, easygoing, stress-free appeal.” - NPR

“relaxed, groove-hazy single ‘Show Me How’... it's the latest in a line of stellar singles from Montreal DIY dreampop outfit" - The FADER

“The band now has a catalog of luscious melodies, groovy basslines and soft, delicate vocals, that stands out among the thousands of guitar-toting indie bands of their ilk. ” - i-D

“Montreal group Men I Trust‘s most recent single ‘Tailwhip’ is a perfect song, a stylishly understated indie-dance-pop track with an irresistibly velvety groove, a magical, infectious melody, and poignant, casually profound lyrics that are impossible to shake...If you asked me today for the best song of 2017, that’s the one.” - Gorilla vs. Bear

“Men I Trust make gentle, danceable dreampop...they dropped a series of increasingly confident digital singles last year, most recently the lovely ‘I Hope to Be Around.’” - Brooklyn Vegan

“Men I Trust is an indie band from Montréal making smooth tunes ideal for getting groovy on the dance floor of a grungy dive bar” – MTV