Regina, Saskatchewan indie rock-band Rah Rah began in the nature of their Canadian forebears, Neil Youthful and Arcade Open fire, executing sweeping, heart-on-the-sleeve indie folk. The music group was shaped by original people Erin Passmore (drums/key pad/bass) and Marshall Melts away (acoustic guitar), who distributed main vocal responsibilities, while Joel Passmore (bass), Jeffrey Romanyk (drums/key pad/acoustic guitar), Vanessa Benson (key pad/bass), and Kristina Hedlund (violin/accordion/key pad) curved out the group. The initial lineup released an EP in 2006 (Tracks for Pasquala), that was accompanied by their past due-2008 debut LP, Heading Steady, and follow-up, 2010’s Breaking Hearts. The mix of soaring harmonies, rousing energy, and male-female vocal interplay was similar to Arcade Open fire and Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, while tips of synth pop shimmered through. This focus on the beats became obvious if they released a free of charge remix recording in 2011, properly entitled Rahmixes. The music group authorized with Canadian label Hidden Pony in 2012 and released The Poet’s Deceased, which was made by Gus Vehicle Proceed and Werner F (the Stills, Hollerado, Priestess) and long-listed for Canada’s renowned Polaris Music Reward (which finished up likely to Godspeed You! Dark Emperor). In Sept 2015 Rah Rah released Vessels, probably the most noticed culmination of their different designs yet, a refined mix of arena-ready indie rock and roll and slinky synth pop.