June 6, 1978 |
||Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
||Drums, guitar, keyboards
||Arcade Fire, Will Butler Emilie Simon, CLARK the band, Kepler, The New International Standards, Weights and Measures
Jeremy Gara (born June 6, 1978) is a Canadian drummer from Ottawa, Ontario.
Gara currently (2016) plays with the indie rock band Arcade Fire. He has played in many other bands in the past, including slowcore band Kepler and math rock band Weights and Measures. He also had a part in the self-titled album Arizona Amp and Alternator. He is endorsed by Istanbul Agop Cymbals and C&C Custom Drum Company. He has also been involved in the bands Clark, Snailhouse (with fellow Arcade Fire member Sarah Neufeld) and The New International Standards (with Arcade Fire members Richard Reed Parry and Tim Kingsbury). He recently played percussion on Owen Pallett's Heartland album (Pallett being a former member and regular contributor to Arcade Fire).
As with other members of Arcade Fire, during live performances he often swaps instruments with other members of the band between songs, often taking on the role of an extra guitarist on certain songs.
On 14 January, Jeremy Gara announced he will release debut solo record 'Limn' on 11 March, sharing the video for album track 'Divinity'. 
- 2000: Fuck Fight Fail (Troubleman Unlimited)
- 2002: Missionless Days (Resonant Records)
- 2005: Attic Salt (Troubleman Unlimited)
- Arcade Fire
- Arizona Amp and Alternator
- 2005: Arizona Amp and Alternator (AAAA)
- Susanna Wallumrød
- Solo release
- 2016: Limn (NRCSS Industry)