Neo-Rock Nerds DOUBLE EXPERIENCE Are ‘So Fine’ W/ East Coast Canadian Dates (ON, QC, NB, NS); NEW ALBUM ‘Unsaved Progress’ Out April 8TH

Press release provided Asher Media Relations

This spring, Canadian neo-rock nerds Double Experience are coming back with their third album entitled “Unsaved Progress” set for release on April 8th via their label Colfax Music. The Ottawa-based trio are taking the next step from their previous album – initially released exclusively on collectible trading cards – by utilizing classic video-game inspired artwork and packaging.

In support of the new release, the band will be hitting the road for an East coast tour of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia before crossing the pond for their European tour in May.

“As a Canadian fan, nothing is more disappointing then when one of my favorite bands announces Canadian tour dates and only plays a few cities. Our goal for the Spring is to really dig deep into our home country and see a side of Canada most people never get to enjoy.” 
says Ian Nichols, vocalist.

Spring Tour Dates: (more dates to be announced)

3/19 Cornwall, ON – Lola’s
3/23 Ottawa, ON – House of TARG – Event info
4/03 Montreal, QC – Bistro De Paris
4/05 Moncton, NB – Plan B
4/07 Halifax, NS – Rainbow Room
4/09 Sydney, NS – Governor’s Pub
4/14 Truro, NS @ Bellyup
4/16 St. Peters, NS @ Mabouche

Pre-orders are now available at the band’s merch store here. A deluxe edition of the album – boasting two unreleased songs, two acoustic remixes, merch discount codes, studio footage and a brand new trading card – is also available for the fastidious Double Experience collector.

The album was brought to life with the help of Al Jacob and Kit Walters (HE IS LEGEND) at Warrior Sound in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

Prior to the creation of “Unsaved Progress”, Double Experience were busy performing across 15 countries, playing everywhere from video game museums to tattoo conventions as well as showcases at Canadian Music Week and Indie Week Canada. Their adventures have been supported by international radio, festivals and television alike, culminating with an entire nerd-rock exposé and performance on Global TV in Canada.


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