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SS Cardiacs

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Genres  Indie rock
Active until  2005
Origin  Toronto, Canada (2004)
Albums  Fear the Love
Labels  Blocks, Out Of Touch
Genre  Indie rock
Record label  Blocks Recording Club
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Years active  2004 (2004)–2005 (2005)
Past members  Jessie Stein Andy Lloyd Dana Snell Leon Taheny Mike Small Owen Pallett
Similar  Torngat, The Luyas, Miracle Fortress, Bell Orchestre, Owen Pallett

SS Cardiacs was a Canadian indie rock band, briefly active in the early 2000s. It consisted of Jessie Stein on vocals and guitar, Andy Lloyd on bass and Dana Snell on drums.



Formed in Toronto in 2004, the band released its sole album, Fear the Love, on Blocks in 2005. Stein's brother, José Miguel Contreras of By Divine Right, also participated in the album's recording. Shortly after the album's release, Lloyd and Snell left the band due to internal tensions, and Stein instead toured to support the album with a lineup that included Leon Taheny, The Meligrove Band's Mike Small and Owen Pallett. The group released one last track entitled "Oh No!" via the Volume II 7" vinyl compilation on Out Of Touch Records.

Stein subsequently retired the SS Cardiacs name, and went on to join Miracle Fortress and to form a new band, The Luyas.


Noo NooFear the Love · 2005
I Don't Mind You Have No SpineFear the Love · 2005
Age of NavigationFear the Love · 2005


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