This Is Not A Halifax Post, Sorry

but there's good music in it

I know, I know, it seems like I probably have a giant boner for bands from Southern Ontario right now (and Colin Medley's music videos) but here's another one anyway—-Kingston, Ontario's P.S. I Love You. In addition to many fine universities and prisons, Kingston has a great art/music scene and this band (culled from the ashes of Magic Jordan) is one of my favorite new acts from the Limestone City. Fun fact:Kingston also has a fine tradition of two-piece bands (see Tomate Potate and some band called The Inbreds). Hooray for Kingston! Anyway if you're in Toronto for some reason this weekend, you ought to go see P.S. I Love You playing behind a garage on Ossington Street before they get really famous. Here is their video for Face Love, complete with headpiece:

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I know, I know, it seems like I probably have a giant boner for bands from Southern Ontario right now (and Colin Medley's music videos) but here's another one anyway—-Kingston, Ontario's P.S. I Love You. In addition to many fine universities and prisons, Kingston has a great art/music scene and this band (culled from the ashes of Magic Jordan) is one of my favorite new acts from the Limestone City. Fun fact:Kingston also has a fine tradition of two-piece bands (see Tomate Potate and some band called The Inbreds). Hooray for Kingston! Anyway if you're in Toronto for some reason this weekend, you ought to go see P.S. I Love You playing behind a garage on Ossington Street before they get really famous. Here is their video for Face Love, complete with headpiece:

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