Tobin welcomes Mark Brusegard of The Treble to the show. Mark talks about how the bad came to be (it's an interesting story) and how the name came to be (also an interesting story).
Mark talks about the album Rivals and the song/video for No Secrets and how he originally was against the idea. We also talk about how COVID impacted the band and what the goal is for the band when things start opening up again.
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Mark Brusegard is the lead vocalist of the alternative rock band The Treble.
The Band formed in 2008, it’s been a slow climb for The Treble, but they’ve finally carved out a place for themselves within the wider Canadian music scene on the strength of their shadowy hook-laden alt-rock songs, reputation for delivering spectacular DIY content, and a drive to give back to the community that saw them through it all. Their up-all-night fundraiser, “24 Shows In 24 Hours,” which is now in its fifth year, has raised more than $15,000 for various charities while songs from their first two independent EPs garnered regular radio airplay and saw the band do several cross-country tours, multiple international events, and even walk away with a few arena dates under their belts.
Their debut album, Modernaires, was released via Cadence Recordings in 2017, and went on to chart in the Top 40 on Canadian alternative radio and in the Top 5 on SiriusXM/The Verge’s The Grocery List respectively.