Although The Reklaws are no stranger to the country music world, you’ve definitely never seen them look or sound like this.
After spending the past three years writing in Nashville, they’re back with a fresh look and sound that meld their small-town roots and love of country music with their collegiate curiosity and passion.
Raised in rural Ontario, The Reklaws is made up of brother-sister duo Stuart and Jenna Walker. They began to turn heads in 2013 when they won the Boots & Hearts Emerging Artist Showcase title, which included a release with Big Machine Label Group.
Re-introducing themselves with their major label debut at Universal Music Canada, The Reklaws kicked off summer 2017 with their chart-topping single, Hometown Kids – a summer anthem for their generation. The debut single charted at #15 on Canadian Country radio and #11 on the Spotify Canada Viral 50 during release week in June 2017. The hit track also garnered over 1 million Spotify streams and major playlist adds including Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “PM Mix”. In February 2018, the pair released their first EP Long Live the Night. The three-track EP is made up of the anthemic title track “Long Live The Night” which went top 10 at Canadian country radio, the satirical Stuart Walker led track, “Wish You Were Beer” featuring label mates James Barker Band, and sees Jenna Walker taking the lead on the cheeky ‘girls night out’-worthy jam, “Last Call”.