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Calm Down It's Monday

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Calm Down It's Monday
OriginSackville, New Brunswick, Canada
GenresIndie rock
Years active2007–2009
Associated actsShotgun & Jaybird
Julie Doiron
MembersFrederick Squire
Julie Doiron

Calm Down It's Monday were a Canadian indie rock two-piece band featuring Frederick Squire and Julie Doiron.

Formed after the break-up of Shotgun & Jaybird, the twosome originally began playing as Blue Heeler, but changed to the name Calm Down It's Monday some time over the winter of 2007-2008.

Their music consists primarily of Squire's songs from Shotgun & Jaybird as well as his solo material, though during NXNE they played several songs original to Calm Down It's Monday. This has caused some confusion when they have been billed as Julie Doiron.

The band's first release consisted of two songs, "The Sweetest May" and "Monumental", which appeared on a split single in May 2009 with two tracks from Doiron's album I Can Wonder What You Did with Your Day. A full-length debut was scheduled for release later in 2009,[1] but it never materialized. Squire and Doiron also collaborated with Mount Eerie on the 2008 album Lost Wisdom, but were credited as individuals rather than as Calm Down It's Monday. The band stopped playing shows in late 2009, though Squire and Doiron continued their collaboration in the band Daniel, Fred & Julie.



  • "The Sweetest May" b/w "Monumental" (2009)

See also[edit]

Other articles of the topic Music of Canada : The Western Investor, Asunder (Canadian band), Air Ticket, List of one-hit wonders in Canada, The Latency, The Kramdens, List of Canadian blues societies
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  1. "Julie Doiron Has the Midas Touch". chartattack.com, March 23, 2009.

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