Canadian rock heavyweights Our Lady Peace released their new album Curve back in April and were in town Sunday to play it for fans.
“When we were making this record, it was under the idea of playing these songs live,” drummer Jeremy Taggert said at Toronto’s Echo Beach.
“We get to play new songs and we get to play old songs. It’s amazing,” he added.
The band formed in Toronto in 1992 and has since sold millions of albums worldwide and won four Junos.
They’re known for hits like Naveed, Clumsy and Superman’s Dead.
That extensive catalogue makes for an interesting tour, guitarists Steve Mazur said.
“We’ve been playing a different set pretty much every night on this tour…it’s a good problem to have,” he said.