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Canadian supergroup Anyway Gang performs live in the q music studio

Anyway Gang dropped by the q music studio to perform some songs from their self-titled debut album, which is out now.
Anyway Gang sat down with q's Tom Power to talk about their self-titled debut album. 13:37
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Anyway Gang is a new supergroup that spans generations of Canadian rock. It consists of Sam Roberts, Menno Versteeg of Hollerado, Chris Murphy of Sloan, and Dave Monks of Tokyo Police Club. They dropped by the q music studio to perform some new music from their self-titled debut album, which is out everywhere now. Joining them were Anne Douris on keys, Nixon Boyd on bass and Adam Hindle on the drums.

Below, watch the performances from Anyway Gang's live studio session. Watch Tom Power's interview with Anyway Gang above.

Anyway Gang performs Eyes Of Green live in the q music studio. 3:27
Anyway Gang performs Big Night live in the q music studio. 3:21
Anyway Gang performs Square One live in the q music studio. 3:31

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