Musical duo Partner find success without trying to 'navigate the man's indie world'

Partner brings humour to their brand of 'part musical act, part teenage diary, and 100 per cent queer' music.
New Brunswick band Partner is comprised of Josée Caron and Lucy Niles. (Nam-An Dinh)
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Best friends from Sackville, N.B., Josée Caron and Lucy Niles form the musical duo Partner. Partner has been described as "part-musical act, part-teenage diary, and 100 per cent queer" and the two use humour and lightheartedness in their music.

They talk to Tom Power about their music and play songs from their debut album, In Search of Lost Time.

— Produced by Ty Callender

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