|Also known as||Meow|
|Origin||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Genres||Indie rock, cuddlecore|
|Labels||Twist Like This|
|Associated acts||Neko Case, The Gay|
|Past members||Neko Case
Maow performed at various venues in British Columbia, including the Gastown Music Hall in Vancouver.
The band changed the spelling of its name to Maow to avoid confusion with another group. They released their full-length album on 11 June 1996, The Unforgiving Sounds of Maow, on Mint Records. The album had fourteen original tracks, the best known of which was "Ms. Lefebre", and two cover songs.
Case later went on to a solo career as an alternative country star and sometime vocalist with Canadian power pop ensemble The New Pornographers. Black currently plays with the indie rock band The Gay.
- 1995 I Ruv Me Too
- 1996 The Unforgiving Sounds of Maow
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- "Radio What Wave Playlist Aug 23/2012 All female led band show as our tribute/show of solidarity for the ladies of Pussy Riot!". CHRW 94.9FM
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