Partner is the "mature" effort of small town lesbians Josée Caron and Lucy Niles (the brains behind beloved Sackville pop-punk outfit The Mouthbreathers). Borne of their bizarre and fortuitous friendship, Partner boldly goes where few have even desired to go, moving effortlessly from topics like sex objects and gross secrets to more serious themes like intimacy, friendship, and existential unease.Partner marries feminism and stadium rock riffage to produce a sound as queer as they are, and their arrival on the scene couldn't be more timely: "Partner's music is like what early 00s pop punk would be like if it was mixed with a reverence for classic rock era guitar solos. But unlike that generation's insistence of straight white dude figureheads that traded a sense of humour for self-righteousness, Partner's songs are funny as hell."After a freakishly productive year of writing, Partner will be heading to the studio in February 2016 to record their hotly anticipated debut album titledIn Search of Lost Time. Their enthusiastic and action-packed live set has led to them being named the "best new band in Canada" in the Globe and Mail, and although "Partner hasn't even released an album yet, [watching] one of their sets, it's clear right away that they've arrived fully formed." Influenced by acts as varied as Ween, Weezer, Neil Young,and Sum 41, the record promises to make you question everything you thought you knew about rock 'n' roll.