Sister Says is an indie pop/singer-songwriter project with an organic soul & at times folky sound. They are based out of Vancouver and fronted by mixed Haida-Tsimshian/European siblings Gillian and Robert Thomson. Dreamy, eclectic and lyrically rich, Sister Says’s roots stem from the soul, jazz, blues, and pop music they grew up around. Performing at festivals and an array of venues in BC, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, New Orleans to Beijing, highlights include performing at Folk Alliance International in New Orleans, at the BC Pavilion in Beijing, and Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto opening for Stars and Blackie and the Rodeo Kings.
“Their sound is smooth, their lyrics intelligent and their creative chemistry produces a new take on songs redolent to Annie Lennox and The Eurhythmics and the 1980’s group Everything But the Girl.” – BC Musician Magazine, Janet Rogers