Brighid Fry was once crowned…

…the “Tween Queen of Rock” by the Toronto Star, but witness her performance and songwriting chops in person and you’d never guess the young multi-instrumentalist– and one half of award-winning indie folk-rockers Moscow Apartment‘s songwriting core– is still in high school, or that the Globe and Mail had called her  “poised and articulate” before she’d even left junior high.

Balanced between quirky youthfulness and disarming wisdom, Fry’s clever lyrics, layered instrumentation, and confident stage presence create a distinct kind of thinking-woman’s folk-pop, drawing inspiration from acts like Regina Spektor, Joni Mitchell, Metric, and Joy Division.

Brighid is profiled in the documentary Play Your Gender, Juno-winner Kinnie Starr’s documentary on women in the music industry. She released her debut EP, the Don Kerr-produced Foxhats, in late 2015; right now, she’s in the lab with Guillermo Subauste working on new solo recordings (as well as a new EP with Moscow Apartment).

Check here soon for new music!




A young singer-songwriter in the bustling city of Toronto.