If the multitude of indie bands across Canada lived in the same house, The Dark Fruits would be in the root cellar, simmering. Born long ago, they are a band that hid in that cellar for years. It would’ve been easy to just stay in the shadows of the Yukon and crust over, overripe in the darkness of the underground. Except this band has chosen to come out… to play… to connect. And what indie rock fans are discovering is a debut marked by catchy, melodic songs that draws upon the nostalgia of the past, even as they twist toward new space and time.