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Fionn

Fionn are young women with old souls. Their sound is rooted in classic folk, but on “Get Stoned”, their...

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Fionn are young women with old souls. Their sound is rooted in classic folk, but on “Get Stoned”, their latest release via 604 Records, it boasts a modern alt-pop sheen that’s uniquely theirs. Born into a very musical family, the BC-based pair have been performing together since the age of 12, when they would busk on Vancouver’s Granville Island. By 14, they were playing nearly 100 shows per year, and they’ve been soaring on a steep upward tangent ever since.

With “Get Stoned”, they’ve evolved from their stripped-down acoustic stylings to their newfound hybridity. Simply put, the results speak for themselves, combining folk roots and a ‘70s swagger with a boisterous and jubilant indie-pop aesthetic. In an era of instant gratification, of one-dimensional singles and disposable artists, Fionn have put in substantial work and are turning heads the world over.

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Albums

21 May 2021

Candid Constellations

Fionn
17 July 2020

Everyone’s a Critic

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26 October 2018

Fionn

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Singles

05 November 2021

River

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22 October 2021

I Won’t Lie

Fionn, Mauvey
22 July 2021

Take Me Back

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04 November, 2021

Fionn and Mauvey release an appealing music video for their “I Won’t Lie” single | Bong Mines Entertainment

Fionn (Alanna & Brianne Finn-Morris) is an identical twin duo from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Mauvey is a UK-based artist/songwriter from Ghana, West Africa....

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02 November, 2021

Vancouver Pop Duo Fionn Team Up With R&B Artist Mauvey for New Single “I Won’t Lie” | Dusty Organ

Vancouver twin sister duo Fionn and 604 Records labelmate Mauvey have joined forces for the R&B-pop hit “I Won’t Lie”. Alanna and Brianne use their unique vocal similarities...

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29 October, 2021

On Our Radar: Fionn teams up with Mauvey for a “I Won’t Lie” video that suggests nothing will actually be okay | The Georgia Straight

Here’s something we don’t spend a lot of time thinking about in the record store: angst comes in more than flavour.  The morbidly depressed, endlessly...

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