q's Thursday Headliner: Montreal band Corridor

Corridor drops by the q studio to perform a few new songs from their latest album, Junior.
Corridor's Julien Bakvis, Dominic Berthiaume, Julian Perreault and Jonathan Robert. (Dominic Berthiaume)

In a segment that we call the q Thursday Headliner, we invite a band or artist we think you need to hear to kick off the show with a live performance. This week, Montreal band Corridor drops by the studio to perform a few songs from their latest album, Junior.

Corridor is the first-ever Francophone band from Quebec to be signed to Seattle's Sub Pop Records, the former home of Nirvana and many others.

The band's new album Junior is out now. You can find their upcoming tour dates here.

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— Produced by ​Emma Godmere

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