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- Location of Marianas Trench: the depths of Vancouver (when they’re not touring, that is)
- Songs you might know: “All To Myself,” “Haven’t Had Enough,” “Stutter”
- Song you didn’t know you know: “Call Me Maybe,” which Marianas Trench frontman Josh Ramsay co-wrote with former tour-mates Carly Rae Jepsen and Tavish Crowe
- Song you should know: “One Love” from 2015’s Astoria, a song that Ramsay describes as “so lyrically candid I’m actually nervous; it’s like someone reading your diary.”
- Speaking of Astoria: It’s a concept album of sorts inspired by coming-of-age ’80s movies (The Goonies in particular), New Wave giants Depeche Mode and The Eurythmics, and a tumultuous period in Ramsay’s life marked by illness, heartbreak, and feverish creativity.
- A snapshot of the creative process: Ramsay and company in a Gastown apartment plastered in ’80s movie posters, dressed in leather pants and tank tops, pretending to be ’80s rockers while experimenting with vintage gear
- How the the band describes the finished product: “Unapologetically cinematic, constantly surprising and featuring lush orchestral textures that segue seamlessly into spare, but powerful songs.”
- Shawn’s sound: Drop the electro-pop beats of The Weeknd in a bucket with the heart-felt lyrics of Jason Mraz and the catchy falsetto of Justin Timberlake, hammer on the top, and put it in a paint shaker.
- Where you’ve heard him: on shows such as Kyle XY, The Hills, and Good Morning America, as well as on nearly every radio thanks to his infectious chart-climbers “Million Ways” and “Sound of Your Heart”
- Where to begin: with Shawn’s breakout album, Cosmonaut and the Girl, featuring the hits “So Close” and “Every Red Light”