Though the band only consists of three members, they gave off enough power to please an entire stadium of people, and their stage presence was worthy of a large festival show.”

— Bucket List Reviews

I admit that I had not heard of the band beforehand, thus leaving me unsure of what to expect. Now I know I will remember their name whenever it will be brought up, and all of this with good reasons.”

— IX Daily

Chair Warriors music is influenced by everything from classical to 90s grunge, all rolled into one tight, melodic package.”

— Roth n Roll


Chair Warriors formed in 2009 and have been an active part of the Montreal (Canada) indie music scene ever since.  Consisting of Brandon Mignacca (vocals/keys), Robert Flis (Guitar), and Gopal Devanathan (Drums),  they released their debut EP "A Thousand Words" in 2012 of which they had the pleasure of collaborating with Glen Robinson as their mixing engineer.  2013/14 saw the release of two singles titled “Saviours” & “Liars” and in 2017 the release of their second EP “Dawn of Edo” which was then followed by singles entitled “BADWORLD” (March 2019), "SPIRIT" (Nov 2020), "THRONE" (April 2021), "WOLFPACK" (June 2021), "NOCTURNE" (Sept 2021),"CONTROL (Lies, Lies, Lies)" (Feb 2022), & "OCEANS" (April 2023).

The band is currently working on their full-length album. The “Spirit” & "Throne" singles were mixed by 3x Grammy Award winning producer and mixer David Bottrill (Peter Gabriel, Tool, Muse, Smashing Pumpkins, Rush, Coheed and Cambria, Silverchair) and was mastered at Sterling Sound in NYC by Joe LaPorta (David Bowie, The Weeknd, Foo Fighters, The Killers, Tiesto, Imagine Dragons, Bon Jovi). 

Their journey has included touring with notable acts including, “I Mother Earth”, Jeff Martin of "The Tea Party”, “The Joy Formidable”, and "The Damn Truth".  They are winners of the Global Television’s 2010, “Can Your School Rock” and over the course of their career they have been featured by various news outlets including a live performance at Global News Montreal.



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