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PS I Love You (band)

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PS I Love You are a Canadianindie rockduo based in Kingston, Ontario, consisting of Paul Saulnier on vocals/guitar/bass pedals and Benjamin Nelson on drums.[1] The band is signed to Canadian independent record labelPaper Bag Records. The band is known for its forceful themes, guitar effects, and loud percussion.[2]

Canadian indie rock band
PS I Love You

PS I Love You (2010)
Background information
Origin Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Genres indie rock, garage rock
Years active 2006 (2006)–present
Labels Paper Bag, Rocket Girl
Associated acts The Gertrudes
Website myspace.com/psiloveyouband
Members Paul Saulnier, vocals/guitar
Benjamin Nelson, drums

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PS I Love You, a play on lead-singer and guitarist Paul Saulnier’s initials, formed in Kingston, Ontario in 2006 as a solo project. Drummer Benjamin Nelson joined in 2008. Saulnier and Nelson had previously worked together in another Kingston band, Magic Jordan. The band gained notoriety as a result of a split 7″ with artist Diamond Rings, which led to both groups gaining favourable reviews.[3][4]

The band’s debut album, Meet Me at the Muster Station, was released in October, 2010 to favourable reviews from Pitchfork Media,[5] who praised the track “Facelove” as “Best New Music”.,[6] and also from Exclaim! Magazine, which included it on its list of Top Pop & Rock Albums of 2010.[2]Meet Me at the Muster Station appeared on the !Earshot National Top 50 Chart,[7] and was longlisted for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize.[8]

Their second album, Death Dreams, was released on May 8, 2012, on Paper Bag Records. The record was also included on the Polaris Prize Long List.[9]

The band released their third studio album, For Those Who Stay, on July 22, 2014, on Paperbag Records.[10]

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