Crouchin' 40 Sippas (Vancouver, BC)

Photo by Raunie Mae Baker.

Photo by Raunie Mae Baker.

Crouchin 40 Sippas are an indie pop 'boyband' from North Vancouver, British Columbia. Made up of three best friends in their early twenties – Gabe, Gavin and Spencer found a common interest in making music stripped of pre-determined genre labels whenever and however they wanted. Over time, music snowballed into more than just a hobby for them as they began to develop their own sound, building off their common influences such as Carly Rae Jepsen, Toro Y Moi and Danger Incorporated amongst others.

Crouchin 40 Sippas released their debut EP, Lovebird, in November 2018 after signing with the Vancouver-based record label, Nyhla Records. Since it's release, the 5-track EP has accumulated over 250,000 streams on Spotify, mostly thanks to the very well-received hit single, Brake Light, which has accumulated over 200,000 streams on it's own. In January 2019, the band was already releasing new music, starting with the psychadelic single, Bleed, a collaboration with friend and label-mate, Billie-Rae.