Posted on August 30 2019
Words by Zack Anthony Curran
Canadian brothers Mickaël and Raphaël Fortin AKA, Hey Major have just dropped their new track & video "The Station", and we're loving it.
Inspired by the best of Brit rock and pop, “The Station” is a beautiful piano rocker
about the yearning for a past love.
From the eerie drone over a resolute bass line, the piece bursts to life with Mickaël’s pristine vocals, and Raphaël’s restrained drumming.
It's a beautifully written track showcasing the brothers abilities with certain Jeff Buckley, Coldplay and Matt Corby vibes.
The accompanying music video was shot at the heritage Museum Station on the boys last trip to Sydney.
Watch it first at Hipland:
Australia Label, Indica have signed Hey Major who are fresh from touring with Hein Cooper earlier this year.
As teenagers the Fortin brothers won Canada’s Searchlight contest as “Best New Canadian Artist” among 3000 acts across the country and followed this accolade with a second-place finish at then International Songwriting Competition in Nashville.
They’ve featured on NPR Radio, BBC Radio 1 and CBC Music, and impressed with their performances in Canada, Australia and around the world.
Recording in Montreal and mixed by Chris Shaw and Tim Palmer (Bob Dylan, David Bowie, U2), Hey Major have a debut album ready to go and are heading back to our shores to Support Alex Lloyd his 20th anniversary of “Black The Sun” national tour in November.
“The Station” is available on all streaming services today.