The Superstitions "4H Club Blues”

Born out of skipping church one Sunday to go record shopping, Toronto’s Superstitions have a sense of mischief rooted deep in their soulful music. Armed with tunes powerful enough to match their compelling fairytale bio, the four-piece aren’t afraid to be adventurous in their combination of ’50s rock’n’roll, country, soul, blues, rockabilly and ’60s girl groups. This ballad finds singer Nyssa genuinely lamenting, while her male cohorts back her up with some licks stolen right out of the Sadies tab book. (myspace.com/werethesuperstitions)