Canada may just be the world’s foremost producer of anthemic indie rock, and Regina’s Rah Rah happen to be one of the best purveyors around.

Last October this seven-piece band dropped their third full-length album, The Poet’s Dead, to widespread critical acclaim from media outlets like Exclaim, Fader, and Nylon Magazine. Their single “Prairie Girl” even graced Starbucks counters nationwide as a “Pick of the Week.”
Rah Rah are no strangers to touring, having taken their powerful live show on the road all across North America and Europe last year.

“Touring with a large band, there was definitely less room in the van and we had to sleep on floors more often than not,” says singer Marshall Burns, “but I don’t think that was ever a real deterrent for us. We were very driven back when we first started out.”

This spring the bustling indie-rock collective will undertake a continent-spanning North American tour with fellow rockers Two Hours Traffic and Minus The Bear, which includes stops at Canadian Music Week and the South by Southwest festival.