About Hibou (ON)
Hibou’s music is for anyone who has ever seen the inside of a dark bar at last call or have ever felt like the Smiths or Metric were writing songs just for them.
Singer Tracey Adams-Thibaudeau’s voice is a warm gun polished with gin and tears. Her cynical sweet songwriting extracts the secrets from your inner 12-year-old’s diary and whispers them into the ear of your burned-out 9-to-5 commuter. On Hibou’s first album, ‘Today’s Vices’ Adams-Thibaudeau’s musical partner, Sergio Abegao pulls the tones from her voice with his pants-throbbing guitar, heart-widowing beats and BFF back-up vocals, as well as being the production genius behind all their musical arrangements.
Formed in 2006, they have been steady climbers in the Toronto indie music scene, having performed as live featured guests on radio stations CIUT and CKLU as well as playing to sold-out crowds at numerous Toronto venues, including The Drake Hotel, The Gladstone, Lady-Fest, Toronto Pride 2009 and also at The Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Florida as one of a very small handful of live performers amidst the massive, legendary dance music festival.
“Hibou’s music is visceral and consuming,” says Adams-Thibaudeau. “It’s the perfect fusion of pretty and sad. It transcribes itself as goose bumps on your skin and demands to be played on repeat in your head.”
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