KANADIA are a 4-piece alternative rock / progressive band based in Oxford.
The band released their first single "Ocean Blue" in late 2017 accompanied by a UK tour.
KANADIA began to steadily build a dedicated fan base and an exciting reputation for their "stadium sized" live shows.
Their debut self titled album was released on 2nd March, 2019. To a sold out launch show at O2 Academy Oxford on the same date.
'VX' was released on August 1st 2018, and included on 2 Spotify Editorial Playlists. 'All new Rock' and 'Alternative Generation' earning over 13,000 + streams in its first week of release.
'Masterplan' was released on 1st September and was added to Spotify's New Noise Playlist. . This is the third single from the band's upcoming debut album.
'Anything For A Good Time' was released on October 3rd, followed by 'Poison' on November 28th. Poison has since been added to Spotify Playlist All New Rock with over 185.6k followers.
Though based in Oxford, KANADIA have started to attract a fan-base across the Atlantic, particularly in Mexico, USA, and Canada. Alongside many European countries such as Germany, France and Spain.
KANADIA have performed at Truck Fest 2018 on the Market Stage alongside PEACE, JAWS and Bad Sounds. They have also performed at Common People Festival, BBC Introducing, SoFar Sounds, O2 Academy Oxford and other venues include The Bullingdon, The Cellar, Jericho Tavern and Sunflower lounge to name a few.
Ronan Munro (Radiohead, Foals, Glass Animals) has predicted a bright future for KANADIA
"took people by suprise. Built for the big stage. you can imagine them on that main stage at Common People, if not beyond at Glastonbury! "
- Ronan Munro
"gorgeously understated, precise but ambitious in scale, in the way Muse can be. They’re destined for stages and venues far larger than they’re currently playing"
- Nightshift Magazine
Left to Right: Melissa Marshall, Jack Ashworth, James Bettis, Tim Lucas
"Four piece indie alt rockers Kanadia have been causing quite a stir in and around Oxford over the last year or so and the release of their debut self-titled E.P. took the industry by surprise with its vaulting ambition and epic scale. A band most definitely here to stay" - Common People