Bristol Records is pleased to announce the release of “Can’t Stop Dancin’”, the newest single from Saskatoon-based pop-rock band The Steadies. “Can’t Stop Dancin’” – distributed by The Orchard via CDX Nashville – is new on all digital streaming platforms and is currently on Canadian radio.
Written by the band, “Can’t Stop Dancin’” is an upbeat feel-good summer song that coasts on catchy, modern pop beats that are fused with quintessential Steadies grooves to bring out good vibes and dance fever in everyone.
Earl Pereira – the band’s frontman – says, “We wanted to do something fun and tell the story of the band as we prepare for a big hometown summertime show. Getting the crowd dancing is a big part of our shows, so this is a summer tune that you can listen to – and dance to – everywhere.”
“Can’t Stop Dancin’” serves as the lead-in single to the band’s new EP, “TRIKETRA: Mind”, which drops on July 29th. Inspired by the Latin word “Triquetra”, which means three interconnected parts, “TRIKETRA: Mind” will be the first of three EPs from The Steadies that will form an entire album. Each EP will have its own distinct theme and tantalizing sampling of standalone tracks.
Pereira says, “We chose ‘Mind’ as the first chapter of ‘TRIKETRA’ because we wanted to explore the mental and emotional aspects of the human experience, especially the journeys that each of us have been through over the last two years.”
Besides “Can’t Stop Dancin’”, the EP will boast 4 more singles: the love-soaked ska-soul-rock tune “528”, the mental health-focused reggae-dub-rock track “Coming Around”, the heartfelt surf-rock effort “Summer Never Says Goodbye”, and the 2021 pop-reggae jam, “Light Me Up”.
A Juno-nominated, WCMA Award-winning music veteran who opened for The Rolling Stones, AC/DC, Alanis Morissette, and The Tragically Hip as a co-founder of the Canadian rock band Wide Mouth Mason, Pereira has guided The Steadies through four albums, international tours, and a record deal with Bristol Records, while persevering through the 2017 passing of bandmate Justin Lee and the COVID-19 pandemic.
With “TRIKETRA: Mind”, The Steadies are poised for an ambitious musical roll-out that will reinforce their love and passion for genuine human connection through different musical themes.
In support of the EP, the band will perform in a number of Western Canadian cities – including Saskatoon (July 7th), Penticton (July 22nd), Victoria (July 24th), Vancouver (July 29th), Calgary (August 4th), Kelowna (July 30th), Fernie (August 6th), and Regina (August 26th).
“Can’t Stop Dancin’” is new on all digital streaming platforms.