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Mother Mother


Mother Mother is an indie rock band which formed in Quadra Island, British Columbia, Canada in 2005. The band consists of Ryan Guldemond (vocals, guitar), Molly Guldemond (vocals, keyboards), Jasmin Parkin (keyboards, vocals), Jeremy Page (bass) and Ali Saidat (drums). So far they have released four albums: Touch Up (2007), O My Heart (2008), Eureka (2011) and The Sticks (2012).

The band began in Vancouver in January 2005, when guitarist and vocalist Ryan Guldemond was at music school and wanted to start a band based around vocal-driven pop songs. He recruited his sister Molly along with a friend from college, Debra-Jean Creelman, to accompany his own vocals for the songs he had written, and the trio played as an acoustic act before adding drummer Kenton Loewen and bassist Jeremy Page.

The five members started off playing under the name Mother, and in the fall of 2005, they independently released a self-titled album. This debut album was recorded with Howard Redekopp, who had also worked with The New Pornographers and Tegan and Sara. When the Vancouver Province rated Mother as one of the top five BC bands to watch for in 2007, they began to receive acclaim for their debut album. Shortly thereafter, Mother landed a nationally broadcasted concert opening for K'naan and The Wailin' Jennys. In the summer of 2006, they opened for the Australian band, The Cat Empire, at the sold-out Vancouver International Jazz Festival. Later that year, they made their debut in central Canada at the Montreal International Jazz Festival on June 29 as well as in Toronto on July 1, Canada Day, at the Harbourfront Centre.

In October 2006, after playing a set at the Pop Montreal festival, Mother met with Last Gang Records and later signed a four-album contract. At that point the label encouraged the band to change their name to avoid legal issues, so rather than changing it completely they decided to simply rename themselves Mother Mother. On February 20, 2007, the band re-released its debut album under the new name, renaming the album Touch Up and including two new songs, as well as artwork and overdubs different from the original.

The band released their second album, O My Heart, in 2008. In December 3, it was announced that Debra-Jean Creelman had left Mother Mother, with addition of a new singer/keyboardist, Jasmin Parkin, announced in January 2009.

Mother Mother's third album, Eureka, was released on March 15, 2011. The album's lead single, "The Stand," entered the Canada Singles Top 100 chart in May 2011 and peaked during that week at position 76. The album prompted a reviewer at the Toronto Star to describe the band as "evolving into orchestral harmonies and hip hop-influenced power ballads, as if Adam Lambert had joined The Dirty Projectors." On January 9, 2012 Kraft Foods launched a series of television commercials featuring the song "Bright Idea."

Mother Mother's fourth album, The Sticks, was released on September 18, 2012. It contains 14 tracks and was co-produced by band frontman Ryan Guldemond and producer Ben Kaplan. The first single, "Let's Fall in Love", was released on July 17, and the second single, "Bit By Bit" in December.



Song lyric All Gone ALL GONE Mother Mother
Song lyric Angry Sea ANGRY SEA Mother Mother
Song lyric Arms Tonite ARMS TONITE Mother Mother
Song lyric Bit By Bit BIT BY BIT Mother Mother
Song lyric Biting On A Rose BITING ON A ROSE Mother Mother
Song lyric Body BODY Mother Mother
Song lyric Burning Pile BURNING PILE Mother Mother
Song lyric Chasing It Down CHASING IT DOWN Mother Mother
Song lyric Dirty Town DIRTY TOWN Mother Mother
Song lyric Family FAMILY Mother Mother
Song lyric Free FREE Mother Mother
Song lyric Get Up GET UP Mother Mother
Song lyric Ghosting GHOSTING Mother Mother
Song lyric Hayloft HAYLOFT Mother Mother
Song lyric Heart Heavy HEART HEAVY Mother Mother
Song lyric It's Alright IT'S ALRIGHT Mother Mother
Song lyric Legs Away LEGS AWAY Mother Mother
Song lyric Let's Fall in Love LET'S FALL IN LOVE Mother Mother
Song lyric Little Pistol LITTLE PISTOL Mother Mother
Song lyric Mouth of the Devil MOUTH OF THE DEVIL Mother Mother
Song lyric Neighbour NEIGHBOUR Mother Mother
Song lyric No Culture NO CULTURE Mother Mother
Song lyric O My Heart O MY HEART Mother Mother
Song lyric Oleander OLEANDER Mother Mother
Song lyric Polynesia POLYNESIA Mother Mother
Song lyric Problems PROBLEMS Mother Mother
Song lyric Reaper Man REAPER MAN Mother Mother
Song lyric Sleep Awake SLEEP AWAKE Mother Mother
Song lyric The Drugs THE DRUGS Mother Mother
Song lyric The Stand THE STAND Mother Mother
Song lyric To the Wild TO THE WILD Mother Mother
Song lyric Try to Change TRY TO CHANGE Mother Mother
Song lyric Verbatim VERBATIM Mother Mother
Song lyric Wisdom WISDOM Mother Mother
Song lyric Wrecking Ball WRECKING BALL Mother Mother