Sam Polley & The Old Tomorrows warm up the stage with their take on ‘50s and ‘60s rockabilly licks, old country twang and Motown swing followed by Jasmin Mozaffari’s debut feature Firecrackers,  a powerful portrayal of two best friends’ who are desperate to leave their rural Ontario town.

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July 3 2019


Sam Polley & The Old Tomorrows




Directed by: Jasmin Mozaffari

Jasmin Mozaffari’s debut feature Firecrackers is a powerful portrayal of two best friends’ who are desperate to leave their rural Ontario town. Their plan is derailed when a night of debauchery turns darker than they expected when a possessive ex-boyfriend assaults one of them, threatening both their friendship and their freedom. The films raw storytelling, searing energy and vibrant cinematography earned it critical raves as well as two Canadian Screen Awards for Directing and Editing. “An intense and powerful work from beginning to end, Firecrackers is a must-see.”​ (Cinema Axis)

Genre: Drama
Director: Jasmin Mozaffari
Starring: Michaela Kurimsky and Karena Evans
Running Time: 93 min
Rating: 14A


Sam Polley and The Old Tomorrows

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Being the youngest member of a musical family, Sam Polley grew up in the music industry, but took his own time to join the family business. Forming Sam Polley and The Old Tomorrows in downtown Toronto in 2017, Sam Polley surrounded himself with local musicians he knew had similar musical interests, recruiting brothers Tally and Gianni Ferraro (bass and drums), and veteran players, Fraser Melvin (Electric Guitar) and Jeff Giles (Piano/Keyboard). The band quickly meshed and played their first show to a sold out Cameron House Crowd.

At the beginning of 2018, the band headed to the studio to record their first EP, which they recorded in one long day at Pacha Sound Studio in Toronto (leading to the name, EP in a Day). With the new EP in hand, Sam Polley embarked on a cross country tour as a featured artist on the Jim Cuddy Band Constellation tour. Once back, Sam Polley and The Old Tomorrows continued to tour the EP through the rest of the year, playing both festivals and cities throughout Ontario.

Now the band is back in the studio, recording their first full length album. Drawing their sound from 50’s and 60’s rockabilly licks, old country twang, and Motown swing, blending genres to create an upbeat boogie with groovy hooks, this new album is sure to get everyone up and dancing.

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