- Hometown: Vancouver
- Genre: Indie Pop/Pop Rock
- Time Active: Since April 2017
Just a boy and a girl trying to find a good harmony.
Now based in Vancouver, Chris Kelly and Nicole Gibson met in Montreal, at a merch table while both fronting their own bands. They began collaborating by making duo versions of popular songs on
After acquiring over a quarter million views on their videos and over half a million plays on Sound Cloud they realized the potential in writing their own original music.
There first track 'Out of The Dark' was released in April 2017, they then self-released their debut EP ‘Out of the Dark’ single by single which was a finalist in multiple international songwriting competitions.
“We write whenever we feel inspired by a certain event, a person, an emotion or just life in general, whatever triggers a song.”
The majority of all proceeds made from their music goes to a variety of feline foster and adoption services across Canada.
"In order to never quit you have to see hope, and in order to see hope you have to never quit."
Global Peace Song Awards Finalist - Battleborn
Unsigned only - Semi-Finalist 2017 - Out Of The Dark
Open Labs Stagelight Competition - 4th place 2017 - Out Of The Dark
Nominee Hollywood Songwriting Competition (2016) - Out of the Dark
Finalist Hollywood songwriting contest (2015) - Ghost of You
“No doubt Chris Kelly & Nicole Gibson have a prosperous career ahead of them both, with their attention to detail transforming the insignificant into the extraordinary. But it is their authenticity and emotional resonance in their music, that will make them stars.” - The Soundshark
"“The cheerful message and inspiring context blend wonderfully together, it feels as though Chris and Nicole have struck gold.” - WaveByte
"The pair is lively and impassioned, beaming with strong harmonies as they sing about chasing dreams, and capturing those once-in-a-lifetime sentiments. Folk pop at its finest, there is much to adore with the track. " - The Permanent Rain Press
"Chris Kelly and Nicole Gibson are worth watching to see where they take their sound.” - Never Heard of It