Owl River Runners has some great Canadian music. Here are the list of the artists who contributed and the tracks used, with, where possible, links to where you can purchase the music.

T. Thomason (formerly Molly Thomason)

Molly Thomason Columbus FieldTracks used in the film (all from the album Columbus Field [2014])
– Catholic Town
– Never Wanna Come Down
– Audrey Mae
– Stone

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Artist website


Hailing from St. Johns, NL, RocketRocketShip are making a name for themselves across Canada by blending rock energy with pop hooks to create a distinct and memorable sound.

RocketRocketShip Shake it offTracks used in the film (all from the album Shake it Off! [2014])
– Tell Me What You’re Waiting For
– Here’s to Us
– Warm Again

Get the album on iTunes

Artist website

Mike Biggar

Mike Biggar is an award-winning Roots and Country artist from New Brunswick on Canada’s East Coast.  He crafts infectious melodies that are well-spiced with lyrics of life, love, and loss.  Powerful, punchy anthems with generous helpings of clever hooks and smart writing are well-paired with his intimate, tender ballads.

Mike Biggar Feels Like NowTrack used in the film:
– Feels Like Now (from the album of the same name)

Get the album on iTunes

Artist website



The only non-Canadian group in the film, Ume (pronounced ooo-may) is a heavy noise-pop band from Austin, TX who has built a reputation as one of indie rock’s most electrifying live acts.

Ume Sunshower EPTrack used in the film:
– Sunshower (from the album Sunshower – EP [2009])

Get the album on iTunes

Artist website


Gary Stackhouse

Gary is a signer/songwriter from Saint John, NB. Gary not only contributed this track to the film, he also was one of the composers of the score of Owl River Runners

Track used in the film (available on

Just Another Arsehole in Love