Introducing: The Town Council – when then is now. & 3 Qs

“Hailing from Vancouver Island’s East Coast and fronted by singer-songwriter Steve Paziuk, The Town Council blends various musical styles with storytelling and gritty imagery. The songs in the debut EP “to the end.” unravel a dark story that explores themes such as heartbreak, betrayal, regret, inner struggle, escape, and ultimately acceptance. Who knows where the story will go from here…”

Imagine yourself walking through a dense forest on a misty day, the aroma of pine trees filling your nostrils. The air around you is heavy and the path you’re on seems endless but you keep walking, not knowing where you’re headed. In your ears, you hear a beautiful melody that transports you to a magical land, a place where your dreams come true.

This magical experience is what you will find in a short 4 track EP. The music is honest, heartfelt, and full of emotions that will leave you breathless. As you close your eyes and let the melody take over, you will feel as if you’re slowly disappearing into another world.

The EP is a work of art, filled with beautiful melodies and enchanting harmonies that will stay with you long after it ends. Whether you’re working or just relaxing at home, this EP is a must-listen. Give it a try and you will fall in love with its mesmerizing beauty.

I reached out to Steve and asked our 3 Qs:

What inspired you to start making music and what keeps you making music?

My inspiration to start making music came from the decent of how some songs made me feel. How cathartic and powerful they can be. I can’t stop making music, it is a deep part of who I am. Songwriting is like breathing.

What was the most challenging thing in your music (artistic) path?

The most challenging thing in my musical path was finding musicians who I could connect with on a level that brought songs to life. However, this struggle brought some of the most meaningful connections in my life.

What would you dream to do if anything was possible?

If anything was possible, I would love for these last songs to get out to a larger audience. There is a lot of vulnerability and emotional rawness in them, and I would love the opportunity for millions more to connect with them however they do.

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