Formed in 1999 around the talents of Nick Krgovich and Larissa Loyva, eclectic Canadian indie rock collective P:ano utilize their multi-instrumental prowess to create lo-fi orchestral pop. Joined in 2000 by Justin Kellam and Julia Chirka, the Vancouver-based band released When It's Dark and It's Summer, followed by The Den in 2004 and Brigadoon and Ghost Pirates Without Heads in 2005. The group stays busy with multiple side projects, including To Bad Catholics, No Kids, Gigi, Burquitlam Plaza, Duplex!, and BORING. ~ James Christopher MongerPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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