L’omelette weaves threads of soul, jazz and punk into colourful, emotionally honest tapestries. The Calgary art-rockers dart between progressive and new-wave rock rhythms and synth-led dance pop, tied together by commanding, current concepts infectious melodies.

Their forthcoming sophomore album, ‘Il Faut Qu’on Bouge’ (We’ve Gotta Move), portrays a maturing evolution in the band’s sound and a distillment of thematic content. Honing in on issues of mental health, lyricist Meg Thompson dives deep into heavy sociocultural topics such as fast fashion, body image, rejection of economic pressures, the passing of loves ones, the struggle with addiction, anxiety and depression, reliance on technology, and more. These themes are masterfully encapsulated in punchy synth and guitar-driven dance pop numbers. The record was produced by Calgarian independent engineer and artist Taylor Cochrane, of the band 36?, and is to be released in Spring of 2025.

This year is sure to be an exciting one for L’omelette as they prepare for festival appearances and the release of singles from their upcoming record. Summer highlights to come include the release of their first single “fast fashion fascist” on June 7, and appearances at South Country Fair and this year’s Calgary Folk Music Festival.


industry role:  Artist/Band
genre:  Alternative