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Dan Boeckner Boeckner then moved to Montreal, Quebec, where he eventually met with Spencer Krug and helped form Wolf Parade. Boeckner contributes his guitar skills, while also splitting the role of lead singer with band-mate Krug. The band is signed to Sub Pop Records. In November 2010, Wolf Parade announced that they were taking an "indefinite hiatus".
Dan Boeckner After the breakup of Handsome Furs, Boeckner formed Divine Fits with Britt Daniel in 2011 while Daniel was on break from his band Spoon. The band released one studio album, "A Thing Called Divine Fits", in 2012 to positive reviews and one live album, "Live At Third Man Records", in 2014.
Dan Boeckner In January 2016, Wolf Parade announced on their website that their hiatus was over, and that they would be returning to the stage with a series of live shows starting in May 2016.
Dan Boeckner Boeckner grew up in Lake Cowichan, British Columbia and, immediately upon graduating high school, moved to Victoria, BC. In Victoria he became a singer/guitarist for many small, independent outfits. One of these bands was named God Shaped Vacuum, and featured a pre-Frog Eyes Carey Mercer on drums. They released one album in their brief existence, entitled Apocalypse Now! In 2000 Boeckner co-founded notable British Columbian band Atlas Strategic with organist/vocalist John Pollard, and recorded their debut "Rapture, Ye Minions!". The album was released on a local label, Global Symphonic. The band toured and recorded a second album/EP, which they self-released upon their demise in 2002.
Dan Boeckner Dan Boeckner (born 5 February 1978) is a Canadian singer, songwriter and guitarist. In 2012-2013, he was involved in a project called Divine Fits, with Spoon frontman Britt Daniel. He is a member of Wolf Parade, and previously a member of Atlas Strategic and Handsome Furs. Currently, Boeckner has a new band called Operators which released an album, EP1, in August 2014.
Dan Boeckner Boeckner formed the Handsome Furs with his then fiancée Alexei Perry, in the winter of 2005. The duo signed to Sub Pop Records and released their debut album "Plague Park" in 2007. "Face Control" was released in 2009, while Handsome Furs' latest album Sound Kapital was released in 2011. On May 17, 2012 Handsome Furs announced the band was no more on their official website. Later, it was confirmed that the couple had broken up.
Dan Boeckner In October 2005, Boeckner was a part of the satirical North American Hallowe'en Prevention Initiative (NAHPI) and contributed to the UNICEF benefit song "Do They Know It's Hallowe'en?". Boeckner also played on Islands' debut album "Return to the Sea". He played guitar on the opening track "Swans (Life After Death)" and he played in the "marching band" on the track "Where There's a Will There's a Whalebone".
Dan Boeckner In May 2014, Boeckner debuted his new band, Operators, during Canadian Music Week in Toronto. In January 2016, the Operators announced that their debut album, "Blue Wave", would be released on April 1st 2016.
Must Come Down Written by Spencer Krug, Arlen Thompson, Dan Boeckner, Hadji Bakara
Apologies to the Queen Mary Songwriting and vocals are split between guitarist Dan Boeckner and keyboardist Spencer Krug.