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Since forming in 2008, boozy Nova Scotia rockers The Stanfields have been making their mark with a sound drawn equally from punk rock and the Celtic and Maritime music of their hometowns.

In 2010 they released their debut record, Vanguard of the Young and Reckless, which turned heads and earned the band a place on stages as big as the 2010 Vancouver Olympics and the 2011 Canada Games opening ceremony. They also won multiple 2010 Music Nova Scotia Awards.

The video for their second single “Ship To Shore” earned constant rotation on MuchLoud. Recently they took home the 2011 Rising Star of the Year award at the East Coast Music Awards and were voted “best band to get trashed to” by readers of Halifax weekly The Coast. Last fall they toured the U.S. for the first time, winning fans while opening for Celtic punk rockers Flogging Molly. What’s next for the Stanfields? “Recording, touring, sweating, touring, drinking, and more touring!” says guitarist Jason MacIsaac. Their next album is due out in 2012.