Ladyhawk (band)

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For the New Zealand pop rock music act, see Ladyhawke (musician).
Ladyhawk @ South by Southwest photographed by Kris Krug.jpg
Ladyhawk performing at South by Southwest.
Background information
Origin Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Genres Indie rock
Years active 2004–present
Labels Jagjaguwar
Members Duffy Driediger
Darcy Hancock
Sean Hawryluk
Ryan Peters

Ladyhawk is a Canadian indie rock band formed on February 27, 2004[1] from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Their debut album, Ladyhawk was released on June 6, 2006 on Jagjaguwar Records. The lead single on the album was "Dugout", followed by "My Old Jacknife". For their latest album Shots, "the band set up in an old barn with no working bathroom in their hometown of Kelowna. Isolated from the distractions of the big city, they found a new sense of direction."[2][3] During the making of Shots, a documentary was filmed about the Ladyhawks, called "Let Me Be Fictional".

The songs "Drunk Eyes" and "The Dugout" (from Ladyhawk) can be heard in the 2009 film The Thaw.


  • Duffy Driediger – guitar, vocals
  • Darcy Hancock – guitar, vocals
  • Sean Hawryluk – bass
  • Ryan Peters – drums



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