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Four years after the band’s onset, Recovery Child has settled into its skin. The stages they’ve conquered with bloody fingers and broken instruments have been the path that has led them to defining an ideology for themselves: “An honesty we’re living on”, just as the band’s song “Trigger Me” professes.

“Trigger Me” was the lead single off the band’s 2006 album On Being And The Effect, and it carried the sincere passion of artists who are willing to dig deep within themselves and candidly expose who they truly are and what they believe. People identified with this sincerity. Recovery Child pushed into the CMJ charts across Canada and the US, which evolved into commercial rock radio after the band won the support of 97.7 HTZ-FM and their renown Rocksearch contest.

This success had their audiences overflowing at notable shows, like North By Northeast, and playing private events for the Canadian Armed Forces. The exposure got them featured in documentaries, and even made Recovery Child nominees for awards dedicated to independent music.

And yet for Recovery Child, something still didn’t feel right. They had been honest to themselves and to their fans, but they had grown as a band and this had to be reflected moving forward. Recovery Child turned inwards, dug even deeper, and began to write the album that would follow the success that they had built.

Recovery Child is now finishing the final touches on this new record, which is set to be released early 2011. A track from the upcoming record is featured on the compilation “Spill: Songs For Oil Spill relief”, along side great artists like The Junction, Dragonette, And Dinosaur Bones.

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