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If Kingston, Ont., seems like an unlikely birthplace for the next gods of indie guitar rock, think again. Guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Paul Saulnier and drummer Benjamin Nelson make up PS I Love You, Canada’s foremost purveyors of anthemic, feedback-laced power-pop. After a string of smash 7” records (including a split single with their friend, Diamond Rings) their debut full-length album, Meet Me at the Muster Station, came out in 2010. It quickly rode a wave of critical acclaim in Canada and abroad, being long-listed for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize, earning praise from Pitchfork.com and scoring No. 4 on Exclaim magazine’s Top Pop & Rock Albums of 2010. “It was like all of the sudden we had to take this thing, our band, seriously,” says Saulnier. “People were liking the songs, and there was nothing we could do about it.”

Since then they’ve toured North America, performed live on CBC Radio’s Q, and shared stages with the likes of Fucked Up and Born Ruffians. They’ve just released a compilation of their singles, EPs and covers, entitled Figure It Out.