We’re thrilled to announce that “Coldcase” by the band Winona Forever is featured in the Sony Pictures romantic comedy-drama Love Again. Winona Forever Originally from Vancouver, but based in Montreal, Winona Forever is a self-described Indie Jazz Yacht Rock quartet that combines spicey rock riffs and arts and crafts rhythms to create delicious ready-to-listen pop songs. This was the band’s second placement with Bodega Sync after the one for CBC’s series “Run The Burbs”. “Love Again” by Sony Pictures Coping with the loss of her fiance, Mira Ray (played by Priyanka Chopra) sends a series of romantic texts to his old cell phone number, not realizing it was reassigned to journalist Rob Burns. Rob becomes captivated by the honesty of her words in the beautifully constructed texts. When he’s assigned to write a profile of superstar Celine Dion, he enlists her help to figure out how to meet Mira in […]
“Joyride” by the Montreal-based band Winona Forever will be featured in Ep 7 of the CBC series Run The Burbs, airing Wednesday, March 9th at 8:30 pm ET. Don’t miss it, ey? About Winona Forever This self-described Indie Jazz Yacht Rock quartet is as wonderfully quirky as their namesake- paying ironic tribute to Johnny Depp’s infamous tattoo, and their distinctive sound is extremely technical yet very smooth playing a bit ironic or comedic. About “Run The Burbs” on CBC The story follows the Phams, a young, bold Vietnamese-South Asian-Canadian family taking a different approach to living life to the fullest, while changing the way we think about contemporary family values and life in the suburbs. Created by comedian, writer and actor Andrew Phung, who also executive produces, writes, and stars in the series as stay-at-home dad, the Pham fam are joined in the burbs by a cast of friends, family, and neighbors played by an illustrious […]
Paying ironic tribute to Johnny Depp’s infamous tattoo (despite him ultimately editing it to “Wino Forever”, which is frankly also not a bad band name), this self-described Indie Jazz Yacht Rock quartet from Montreal is as wonderfully quirky as their namesake. Also aptly named is their album Feelgood, with songs like “Happy Days”, “Joyride” and “Keep Kool” setting a pleasant upbeat tone throughout the record. Their distinctive sound is extremely technical yet very smooth, kind of like Dirty Projectors meets Brian Wilson. If you’re looking for smooth indie rock that plays a bit ironic or comedic, these are your guys. I mean just look at them. You get it.