Tearjerker‘s sweet, distorted sound is captured at its finest in the Toronto trio’s latest release, Hiding. The band’s shoegazy sound, colored by hypnotic loops and perfectly punctuated instrumentals, is effortlessly captivating. NOW Toronto’s review of Hiding explores the band’s success with creating a distorted and breezy sound that is never stagnant. “It’s hard to merge shoegaze and pop, but Hiding shows that Tearjerker is one of those rare bands that can strike a balance between the two,” says NOW Toronto of the latest release. Read NOW Toronto‘s full review here! The EP debuted at CMJ this past week, introduce this exciting new Canadian band to your DJs this week!