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Get There (Stream) via Fader & Stereogum

Get There by Beliefs Premiere (stream) via The FADER. “GET THERE”, an outtake from the LEAPER recording sessions, features vocals by fellow Toronto musician Jonathan Rogers (Elsa, The Seams), and describes “a road trip that feel like it will never end, running from your life and having no idea where you’re going.” ~ Jesse Crowe. […]

Swooner (VIDEO) premiere via CLASH

New video for Swooner, directed by Ivy Lovell, via UK’s CLASH magazine + CBC Music, Chartattack, Exclaim, Sidewalk Hustle, Indienative, Culture Adicts “Even 40 years on from the dawn of punk, shaving your head can still be a rebellious move. For a woman, it’s an especially profound gesture. It’s the complete removal from a capitalist […]

Leave With You (Video) via CLASH (UK) & STEREOGUM (US)

“Leave With You” video, directed by Sean Cartwright, premieres via CLASH Magazine (UK) and STEREOGUM (US). LEAPER has been popping up on numerous end of year lists including #3 on Sound Better With Reverb‘s “SHOEGAZE AND DREAM POP ALBUMS OF 2015”. Out now and selling fast on limited green translucent vinyl — order HERE. “Dream […]

Colour Of Your Name (Video) Under The Radar

“Colour Of Your Name” video (directed by Alex Earl Grey) premiered on Under The Radar Magazine. LEAPER is available now on limited edition of 300 translucent green vinyl worldwide… order HERE soon! “Leaper, a fine album that blurred all distinctions between dream pop euphoria and warped shoegaze disorientation – “Colour of Your Name,” one of […]


LEAPER is KEXP’s SONG OF THE DAY on the Morning Show with John Richards. “Shoegaze is alive and well with Canadian band Beliefs. It comes as no surprise that the duo of Josh Korody and Jesse Crowe were united by their love of My Bloody Valentine and Sonic Youth after intially meeting at a mutual […]

“Tidal Wave” (VIDEO) STEREOGUM Premiere

BELIEFS is pleased to launch the video for new song “Tidal Wave” via the fine folks at STEREOGUM. The video, directed by Trevor Blumas (DOOMSQUAD) and Laura Lynn Petrick, perfectly complements the song evoking an atmosphere of pre-digital age, public access late-night music television. The track is a preview from the forthcoming album Leaper, scheduled […]