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Twin Flames, award-winning Indigenous singers coming to the Dekker Centre

Critics have called Twin Flames' style Indie rock, synth roc and folk-pop, but according to Twin Flames' website, those labels serve only the needs of those who choose to employ them.

NORTH BATTLEFORD — How can you label Twin Flames?

Critics have called it Indie rock, synth rock and folk-pop, but according to Twin Flame's website, they say the labels serve only the needs of those who choose to employ them.

Husband and Wife duo Chelsey June and Jaaji are bringing their indescribable, undefinable music to the Dekker Centre Nov. 22 as they tour SaskatchewaN. They also bring with them an accumulation of more than 30 various musical awards and nominations.

Jaaji, (Inuk from Nunavik and Mohawk Kanien’kehá:ka from Kahnawake) and Chelsey June, (Métis, Algonquin, Cree and settler heritage) from Ottawa, are part of an Indigenous renaissance.

According to their website, “Their cultural backgrounds span Canada’s geography and their songs, delivered through a mix of English, French and Inuttitut, have helped them earn a unique place among contemporary music makers from coast to coast to coast.

“Their humour on stage serves as welcome comedic relief when discussing tougher issues. They possess impeccable storytelling skills and allow audiences to feel a truly human connection.”

Twin Flames create a sonic landscape that spans Canada’s vast country. They transcend cultural boundaries and inspire unity while honouring their ancestors’ history and Indigenous backgrounds.

Tickets are available at the Dekker Centre's website:

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