Photo by: Francesca Ludikar
Bon Villan - a Toronto-based alternative electro-pop trio, draws inspiration for their modern sound from artists such as Sir Sly, Big Data, San Holo, and MGMT.

Following the February 2018 release of their self-titled EP, the trio attracted quite the social media following. Songs from the EP made their way onto multiple Spotify editorial playlists, CBC Radio, Stingray Digital, and 102.1 The Edge. The boys of Bon Villan have shared the stage with the likes of MONOWHALES, Syzzors and Secret Broadcast. Their previously-released video for “When I Came Up” drew over 100,000 views on Facebook within the first two weeks.

Today, they are dropping another new video for the recently-released single "All The Way" off their forthcoming 2020 full-length album.

Bon Villan and friends party "All The Way" through the fun-loving, euphoric visualization of the band's first taste of their new record. A vibe throughout fluctuates from low to high. The stripped down portions of the track are paired with slowed down visuals that build into high energy party scenes and electro-pop melodies. The overall feeling of this video brings viewers to a familiar place - whether that be a party in college, a living room filled with friends or a hazy yet memorable night of carefree, fun times. It incites an overtaking sense of bliss in the form of good times and better company.

The album's second single “Wind Up” is set for release this June. The single will be debuted by American indie label Bonfire Records along with a Spotify vertical video - a haunting acoustic version of the track. This summer, Bon Villan will be hitting the road to play dates throughout Ontario and Quebec, but you can catch them this week when they bring the party to The Piston on April 11.



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