The Vaniers are a Toronto-based indie band who become a staple in the Toronto underground music scene with a reputation for high-octane shows and catchy tunes. They’ve just released their latest track, “Milk & Honey”.

Right off the bat, “Milk & Honey” grabs you with its high energy. If you’re not tapping your foot or moving your head when you’re listening to this, go ahead and start the song over – you’re doing it wrong. The boppy catchiness is almost impossible not to like.

There’s a familiarity and throwback feel to the song overall, while somehow also sounding fresh and new. This song spans so many different genres, it can appeal to a wide range of music fans and get ’em onboard with The Vaniers.

From the band: What started off as a joke, written in an old tire-warehouse during the COVID-19 pandemic, turned into a vivid song about a dizzying night out that will surely have the listener whistling along. Produced by Nixon Boyd of famed group Hollerado, he helped ensure the songs essence was captured; a head bobbing, happy tune that has claps, whistles, stomps and an iconic guitar riff. Good luck getting this one out of your head.

We’re looking forward to hearing more from The Vaniers, but in the meantime you can stream “Milk & Honey” at the links below.