QUIET COMPANY RETURNS TO TORONTO – AND WE’VE GOT THE PICS TO PROVE IT!

The boys are coming back …

….And did we mention we have tix?!

We’re doing an EPIC giveaway including two tickets to their June 15th show with Third Eye Blind and Dashboard Confessional, a vinyl edition of Transgressor, a big ole’ plate of King’s Crown nachos and a pitcher of beer to boot.

Visit our Twitter page to find out how you can win!

If you don’t know who Quiet Company are, you’ve clearly been living under a rock.

They actually dropped by our humble abode last week. The melodic indie rockers were in town for their spring tour, in promotion of their recently-released new full length album, Transgressor. It’s the sixth album from the wickedly talented Austin-based group. Founding member and lead singer, Taylor Muse’s songwriting embodies a newer, more mature sound that sounds like both power pop and indie rock, creating a collection of dope progressive rock tunes. Transgressor pumps out jam after jam, starting with “The Most Dangerous Game” as the stand-out single – which has a production credit from Manchester Orchestra‘s Andy Hull. Not bad company to be in.

The guys came by with tired eyes and empty stomachs, looking for some good ole Dee’s hospitality. And you bet they found it in our infamous King’s Crown nachos.

Here is their story:

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“Come on boys, everyone put on a smile! When in Toronto, do as the Torontonians!” – Thomas

Cheers to good times and great food!

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“Finally, time to get eatin’. Keep the cheese on the side though…” -Matt

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“Should I? Shouldn’t I…. They look pretty good…” – Bill

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*Crunch*

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“ Want to see me eat this huge glob of refried beans? I wonder what just fried beans taste like…” – Matt

We make sure everything has a Dee’s twist to it.

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Got some sweet action shots of Taylor munchin’ down!

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“That picture was gold. Don’t lose that.” – Matt

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Taylor action shot #2.

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The boys of Quiet Company decided to make some sweet food art with a little QC touch before they headed back down south!
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