The Implications are a Toronto-based dance rock band that have been warming hearts and pleasing ears since 2010.
Far more than your average serving of radio-friendly pop music, the group’s blend of hip-shaking beats, clever wordplay, and addictive melodies is a sound that is uniquely their own. Two-time Indie Week finalists (and two-time Indie Week rejects), the group has been seen on legendary stages across Toronto, such as the Horseshoe Tavern, Lee’s Palace, the Mod Club, and the Opera House. The band also managed to sweet-talk their way into opening for acts such as Lights, Scott Helman, The Elwins, and Supertramp (well, a Supertramp cover band – close enough). They are currently hard at work on their new EP, which will build upon the pop sound of 2015’s “Song’s About Last Night” (an album which, as of 2017, has been certified multi-platinum by their parents). When they’re not making you cringe at their stage banter, The Implications are making you tap your toes and sing along to songs old and new. Well on their way to having their posters adorn your bedroom walls, The Implications’ sole objective is to show that their big hooks are only rivaled by their bigger hearts.