And in Our Final Days As Archipelago
The Monster Show's four founding members met while touring with the Family Morton Circus Extravaganza. Daev worked as an Auguste (sad-faced) Clown and Jennie was the first Equestrian Director to use a Lesley speaker. Kerry was a lion tamer, and Duncan worked with the large animals. They banded together and left the Circus after a tragic incident involving a Bengal tiger and some bowling pins. "Proven to be one of the most eloquent voices within the local scene." - The Guelph Mercury, Jan. 2009 "The Monster Show remains a quintessential Canadian indie band: literate, humble, and above all unclassifiable." - The Record, Jan. 2009.