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Alden Penner Alden Penner performing with Clues Background information Also known as Alden Ginger Born Template:January 12[1] Origin Montreal, Quebec, Canada Genres Indie pop Indie rock Instruments Vocals, electric guitar, bass guitar, keyboard Years active 2000–present Labels Alien8 Art School Dropout Constellation Records Caterpillars of the Community Associated acts The Unicorns Clues Website [1] Clues at Constellation Records Alden Penner is a Canadian musician who founded influential indie pop band The Unicorns with Nicholas Thorburn in 2000. Shortly after forming, the band quietly created a demo, entitled Three Inches of Blood, which they gave to owners of the venues they played at. They then officially released their first album Unicorns Are People Too on their own label, Caterpillars of the Community. The Unicorns experienced success in 2003 with the release of their only major album, Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone?. The album garnered critical acclaim[2] and earned the band a cult following in the indie rock scene. Penner released a 7" vinyl single on the Melbourne-based Art School Dropout label. The A-side, The Ghost of Creaky Crater, was recorded in Melbourne in December 2004 while The Unicorns were touring Australia.[3] The release was limited to 100 copies. In addition to The Unicorns, Penner had also been creating music since 2002 under the name of All Makes Parts & Collision, although no official releases have stemmed from the project.[4] After The Unicorns disbanded, he played with a number of Montreal-based bands in addition to performing live as a solo act. In his time between projects, Penner created the score for the independent film The Hamster Cage[5] and ran Canadian based record label Take This Hammer, which he has since put to rest. Penner debuted his new band Clues at the Pop Montreal festival in October 2007. Clues' self-titled debut album was released on May 19, 2009 on Constellation Records,[6] with a North American tour to follow. In 2010, Penner announced the creation of a new band called Hidden Words, which consists of former Unicorns member Jamie Thompson, Eric Farr, James Farr, Neah Kelly, and and Marie-Claire Saindon. The band plays music inspired by the Baha'i faith and has played at many shows in Canada. Thompson has said that the first album will be available in the spring, and a second album is in the works. External links The Hamster Cage at the Internet Movie Database Clues at the Constellation Records website References ^ http://www.theage.com.au/news/Music/Horned-wonder/2004/12/09/1102182372472.html ^ http://www.metacritic.com/music/artists/unicorns/whowillcutourhairwhenweregone/ ^ http://missinglink.net.au/newsletter.php?issue=mar0501 ^ http://www.last.fm/music/All+Makes+Parts+%2526+Collision ^ http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0431799/fullcredits ^ http://hangout.altsounds.com/news/105324-clues-announce-album-details-and-us-tourdates.html Persondata Name Penner, Alden Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1983 Place of birth Date of death Place of death This article on a Canadian musician is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e