JUNO-nominated artist The Weather Station’s (aka Tamara Lindeman) stunning newest album, Ignorance, has become a domestic and international smash hit. The album was shortlisted for the Polaris Prize and has garnered spectacular accolades from the press (including: Pitchfork 9/10 review/Best New Music, 5 stars – The Guardian, Rolling Stone hailing “an incredible, visionary environmental plea,” Billboard proclaiming “the most stunning indie release of the year,” Exclaim! – “awe inspiring”, Uncut proclaiming it as “perfect”, as well as topping best of lists in Uncut (#1 Album of the Year), Paste, Exclaim!, Pitchfork, the Guardian, Spin, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Flood and many more). Ignorance’s streams have surpassed 15 million, and album sales have exceeded 10,000 units.
Recent touring highlights include headlining the 2021 Pitchfork Music Festival, Summerfest and Le Festif, along with 40 date cross-Canada and US tours (with stops at the Danforth, Hollywood Theatre, West End Cultural Centre, Troubadour). Ignorance hit #11 on NACC overall charts and #1 on Earshot’s National chart, earned heavy rotation on CBC, BBC, KEXP, and garnered worldwide radio play in Canada, US, UK, France, Mexico and Australia. Previous career highlights include a 2018 JUNO nomination, two additional Polaris Prize longlistings, 2018 Indies Singer-Songwriter of the Year nomination, and 2013 SOCAN Songwriting Prize nomination.