Origin: Prince Edward Island - Halifax, Nova Scotia
“Like the Arcade Fire fronted by a redheaded Feist. The PEI native may have been the bestkept secret at HPX, but with her debut LP on the horizon, it’s only a matter of time before the rest of the country knows about her.” – Exclaim!
“The essence of ["Dreamer"] is just two words: “you dreamer,” which Grant transforms into an extended invocation of the beloved.
The anecdotal preamble (call it a verse if you wish) is good too, with a potent sense of atmosphere and a hint of great things to come from this young Halifax singer-songwriter” – Globe and Mail
“Grant seems well set to do big things in 2007… Definitely keep an eye and ear out for this one when her album hits in the Spring”
Four stars **** “Jenn Grant is one of the most promising young performers on the Halifax scene. Her agile voice and sharpening sense of contemporary pop-folk songwriting find a focus on this new six-song EP” – Sandy MacDonald, The Halifax Chronicle Herald
“If Jenn Grant could bottle enthusiasm and sell it on the street, the world would be a better place”- Megan Wennberg, The Coast
“Grant’s songs have a desperate quality, a loping and lonely folk pop that recalls both Sarah Harmer and Feist. Don’t Worry Baby, the lead track from her EP, is an anthem for 24 year olds everywhere, and is the song that will guarantee her success beyond the folk clubs” – Carsten Knox, Chart Attack