Fionn are young women with old souls. They’re feminine and fashionable but prefer to hang with the boys. Their sound is rooted in classic golf but on Everyone’s a Critic, their latest EP via 604 Records, it boasts a modern alt-pop sheen that’s uniquely theirs.
Born into a very musical family, the B.C.-based pair has been performing together since the age of 12, when they would busk on Vancouver’s Granville Island. By 14, they were playing nearly 100 shows a year, and they’ve been soaring on a steep upward trajectory ever since.
With Everyone’s a Critic, they’ve evolved from their stripped-down acoustic stylings to their newfound hybridity. Simply put, the results speak for themselves, combining folk roots and a 70’s swagger with a boisterous and jubilant indie-pop aesthetic.
In an era of instant gratification, of one-dimensional singles and disposable artists, Fionn have put in the requisite work and are turning heads the world over.