New acoustic track delights crowd in Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods Park!

Indie Underground is proud to exclusively premiere Mountain of Wolves brand new grass fed video for their unreleased alternative folk rock / acoustic single, “Dyins The Easy Part”!

The Mountain of Wolves boys recently travelled up to Toronto to play Canadian Music Week. The night after playing a sold-out CMW London, Ontario Showcase at UG3 Live, the band caught up with Little Goat Media for one of their Acoustic Sessions in beautiful Trinity Bellwoods Park. Couples (some whom were making out), cyclists, families, and friends gathered around as the band played a collection of hearty songs including the softer acoustic track, “Dyins The Easy Part”. The track features two of five band members (Mark Kulmala and Richard Gracious).

See all five band members play in Trinity Bellwoods in this extra special Mother’s Day video.

Upcoming Mountain of Wolves Shows:
Friday, June 17, London Arts Live – London, ON
Thursday, June 23 – LMO Youth Showcase – London, ON (Event)
Friday, June 24 – The Raven and Republic – North Bay, ON
Sunday, June 26 – Summer Solstice Festival – St. Thomas, ON (Event)
Sunday, July 17 – Home County Music & Arts Festival – London, ON (Info)

For more show listings, like Mountain of Wolves on Facebook!
Purchase Mountain of Wolves new limited edition 7in vinyl via Bandcamp.

Video by: Little Goat Media
Production Manager: Jonny Solomon
Creative Director: Jordan Rapps
Productions Assistant: Josh Rapps
Location: Trinity Bellwoods Park in Toronto, ON

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Aaron McMillan

Aaron is the Founder / Chief Editor and curator of Indie Underground (Est. 2012) He is the Director for Dundas Street Festival, and a promoter for select events in London Ontario, Toronto, Canada and beyond. When Aaron's not working on Indie Underground, going through all the music submissions and working with the Contributors, you'll usually find him at a concert or DIY event. He's a sucker for glow in the dark bracelets, delicious vegetarian noms and the company of his cat, Charlie.