Les FC Paqueté à la party

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Band Name: Les FC
Album Name: paqueté à la party 

Les FC are a Canadian pop punk band new onto the Quebec scene this summer.  Their name, Les FC, stands for "The French Canadiens." They're emerging with their first album, paqueté à la party (wasted at the party), that combines hard hitting beats, life of the party troubles, and French Canadian slang with songs like "Habs and Dabs" and "SCW" (Stanley Cup Woes). The album art is just as eye-catching as the songs on the album. Les FC, in an interview with Rolling Stone, said they choose the art because of the vibrant red, reminiscent of the Canadian Flag, the muscular man with the physique of a hockey player, and the sick eagle. 

This album's reignited the Canadian pop punk genre, calling back to bands like Jersey and Avril Lavigne. Their smooth song "je m'en sacre" features maple-syrupy-slow lyrics and a French chorus that will have you singing along on those late night drives. This unapologetically Canadian band will have you singing along to "Sorry, eh" while eating poutine.

Editor's Note: Students happened upon a cache of hidden records with cover art from the Baroque masters. They were charged to investigate the vinyls. The above are their findings. 

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