“Randys Girls” by Partners in Crime

Canadian band Partners in Crime’s new single, “Randys Girls,” sounds like the group teleported straight from the 1980s. From the song’s jangly guitars to the upbeat, funloving vocals, “Randys Girls” is a modern classic that fans of that old-school rock sound will love.

Partners in Crime is more than just a rock duo; It’s a collaboration of two friends–artists Colin Whiteford and Doug Pegg. The Toronto-based duo have been friends since their public school days, and their distinctive sound, which they’ve been crafting for years, is perfectly encapsulated within “Randys Girls.” According to the band, the track is about carefree vacations and meeting beautiful girls, a feeling of lightness and bliss that the song captures perfectly.

The band’s unique, vibrant, and nostalgic sound feels like a nod to rock bands of the past, such as The Beatles or The Beach Boys, while still having a fresh, new take on the old-time genre. The beachy instrumental makes for an exhilarating sound, catalyzing the track’s exuberant nature. 

“Randys Girls” was a collaborative effort–it was recorded at Kinck Sound, produced by Fred Kinck Petersen and Terry Gadsden, mixed by Doug McClement, and mastered at Phase One Studios, ensuring a high-quality sound for the single.

“Randys Girls” is the first single from the band’s self-titled album, a collection of vibrant tracks that will transport you back to the golden era of rock. Watch for the band and listen to “Randys Girls,” available on major music streaming platforms.

Photo credit: Drew Bochel

Written by Melissa Cusano





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