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Armchar Cynics 2009 (L-R) Ryan Rae, Kenn Coutu, Adam Sutherland, Aran Puritch
|Origin||Victoria, British Columbia, Canada|
Armchair Cynics was a rock band from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada formed in 2000 by Kenn Coutu (vocals/guitar), Adam Sutherland (guitar) Ford Michael Piercey (bass) and Ryan Rae (drums). They recorded a self-released album Coffee-shop Confessions in 2003. In 2004 the band signed a recording and development contract with Vancouver based 604 Records. In 2005 they released the EP Killing the Romance distributed by Universal Music Canada. The recording resulted in three singles: "Bang", "Coalmine" and "Surprise Ending". On October 6, 2009, the band released their debut full length album titled Starting Today produced by Dave Genn, and mixed by Mike Fraser. After disbanding, Kenn Coutu started an Alternative Country band called Bucko & Toad with his wife.
Coffee-shop Confessions (2003)
Killing the Romance (2005)
Starting Today (2009)
- "Surprise Ending" – Killing the Romance
- "Coalmine" – Killing the Romance
- "Bang" – Killing the Romance
- "Ablaze" – Starting Today
- "Kelly" – Starting Today
- "Believe" – Starting Today
- "Can't Sleep" – Starting Today
- "Armchair Cynics - Coffee Shop Confessions". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-10-29.
- "Armchair Cynics Scores Another for British Columbia : Soul Shine Magazine". www.soulshine.ca. Retrieved 2015-10-29.
- "Armchair Cynics - Killing The Romance". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-10-29.
- "Armchair Cynics - Starting Today". Discogs. Retrieved 2015-10-29.
- "Interview – Bucko and Toad". Retrieved 2015-10-29.
- Frometa, R. J. "Husband And Wife Country-Pop Duo Bucko And Toad Release Debut Single And Video For “Any Excuse”". Vents Magazine. Retrieved 2015-10-29.
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