Watch: Broken Social Scene debut two new tracks on ‘The Strombo Show’

They played 'Can't Find My Heart' and '1972'

Broken Social Scene recently appeared on George Stroumboulopoulos’ The Strombo Show, where they played a handful of old favourites alongside two new tunes. The Canadian indie rockers were joined by Feist and Jason Collett as they played a 45 minute set in the House of Strombo, also known as Stroumboulopoulos’ living room.

The band debuted tracks “Can’t Find My Heart” and “1972.” The former of the two tracks is almost eerie, yet with a typical upbeat, raucous Broken Social Scene twist, using wailing vocals and a steady guitar rhythm interspersed with frantic riffs. The dreamier, lighter “1972” is led by Ariel Engle, as she sings vulnerably and powerfully atop a shoegaze style guitar line.

Watch the full performance, featuring “Can’t Find My Heart” and “1972” below.