Nfld. & Labrador

Repartee announce debut album, Canadian tour dates

The synth-pop band from St. John's is celebrating the release of their first record next month with a cross-Canada tour.
Synth-pop Repartee are based in Toronto and St. John's. (Twitter)

The release date for the long-awaited debut album from St. John's synth-poppers Repartee is just around the corner.

On Tuesday, the four-piece band announced it will release All Lit Up, from the Toronto label Sleepless Records, April 29.

The band, which splits its time between St. John's and Toronto, also announced a cross-Canada tour coinciding with the record release.

The All Lit Up tour kicks off April 27 in Grand Falls-Windsor, and then heads to St. John's before moving to the Maritimes, Ontario and western Canada.


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