This browser doesn't support Spotify Web Player. Switch browsers or download Spotify for your desktop.

Rheostatics

Popular

  1. 1.
    Claire
    4:090:30
  2. 2.
    Record Body Count
    1:540:30
  3. 3.
    Self Serve Gas Station
    4:510:30
  4. 4.
    California Dreamline
    4:220:30
  5. 5.
    Vancouver
    6:280:30
Ever bound for ragged glory, Rheostatics occupy a unique place in the Canadian music landscape, pulled together and apart for nearly forty years.
Finding grace in the reality of endurance, Rheostatics show us a special type of longevity, through upheaval, personal (and personnel) change, and a basic refusal to play the game in any way, shape or form, stretched over decades. Now, Rheostatics return with Here Come The Wolves, their first new album in 15 years.
On Here Come The Wolves, you'll find Rheostatics trusting their complicated formula, a signature multiplicity of songwriters, artistic instincts and concerns. Produced by Chris Stringer with mixing contributions by Chris Walla, Michael Phillip Wojewoda and Gus Van Go, over twelve songs Here Come The Wolves unfurls like a cross-section of the band's cumulative experience, individual and collective.
The title track, a "gear shifting, vocal stacking, wild riffing, sh*t kicking," testament to finding balance in discord, exemplifies this spirit literally (everybody gets a solo) and figuratively (it's a complex but catchy tune). This ‘single,' a funny term for a song of three distinct parts, is a metonymic microdose of stacking wholes: the album, the band in 2019, the Rheostatics' very way of being since 1980.

5,920

Monthly Listeners

5,062

Followers

Where people listen

Albums

Singles

Discovered On

Related Artists

Listen to Rheostatics now.

Listen to Rheostatics in full in the Spotify app