The members of Montreal-based four-piece Pif Paf Hangover played music together for a number of years before forming a band. They subsequently released an EP a few years back, and now they're ready to drop their debut full-length. Curry Love is due out on March 18 via the Good People Records.
The album was co-produced by the band along with David Laurendeau. Contributors include Monogrenade cellist Marianne Houle, plus singers Audrey Emery, Amylie, Myëlle and Warren Slim Williams.
The result is described in a press release as a "marvelous mix of indie, pop, rock and electro." For a taste of this, the futuristic poppy album cut "Whatever Works" is streaming at the bottom of the page. The album cover is above.
Below, see the band's upcoming tour schedule. In includes a number of Quebec dates in the spring.
03/20 Montréal, QC - Le Cabaret du Mile End
03/27 Quebec, QC - Le Bal Du Lezard
04/04 Chicoutimi, QC - Bar à Pitons
04/05 Baie Comeau, QC - L'Ouvre Boite
04/11 Sherbrooke, QC - La Petite Boite Noire