Toronto-based trio The Mooks combine their jangly power pop sound with spirited melodies and enduring structures to recall a myriad of influences, taking nods from bygone-era rhythm and blues to gleaming indie rock.

Formed in late 2017, the group independently released their debut EP Singles on June 1, 2018. After a heap of performances in 2018 (including spots at CMW & Indie Week), the group has cemented their reputation as one of the most exciting, up and coming acts out of Toronto.

In 2019, the group re-emerge with their forthcoming EP I Hope That You Feel The Same, out this summer. The single So Kind was released in March to positive reviews, accompanied by the follow-up single Let It All Fall Down; out May 24. The self-produced album was heavily recorded live off the floor with Calvin Hartwick at Dreamhouse Studios in Toronto, seeing the band embark into new territories of sound and concept.

The Mooks

Genre: Indie Rock

Label: Independent

Hometown: Toronto, ON

Influences: Roy Orbison, The Jam, Talking Heads, Strokes

For Fans Of: The Vaccines, Alabama Shakes, Sloan, Arkells

All the elements of an instant radio classic...
— Greg Bilderback
Jangly pop and upbeat rhythms that make my shoulders shake and my head bob up and down.
— Left Bank Magazine