Heaven For Real

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Heaven For Real
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OriginHalifax, Nova Scotia
  • Indie Pop
  • Indie Rock
  • Experimental Rock
  • lofi
Years active2012–Present
LabelsMint Records, Dead Funny Records
Associated acts
  • Quaker Parents
  • Nap Eyes
  • Monomyth
  • Old & Weird
  • Aquakultre
  • Jon Mckiel
  • New Fries
MembersMark Grundy

J. Scott Grundy. Nathan Doucet

Cheryl Hann
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Heaven For Real (H4R) is a Canadian indie rock band formed in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2012 by by twin brothers Mark Grundy and J. Scott Grundy along with drummer Nathan Doucet and later, Cheryl Hann[1]. After self-releasing a string of singles and EPs, they released their debut LP, Kill Your Memory on Mint Records in 2016[2][3] followed by an extensive North America|North American tour[4]. The album, is described by James Christopher Allmusic as, "A knotty, nervy, and often cryptic set of post-punk/psych-pop math jams...as compelling as it is elusive."[5]

In 2017, the group embarked upon a tour of Japan[6] and released a live cassette documenting these performances in 2018[7].


  • WANTON (2013)
  • Heaven For Real's Live Underground (2014)
  • O So Tired 7" (2015)
  • Kill Your Memory (2016)
  • Heaven For Real's Live In Japan (2018)


  1. "Heaven For Real's Cheryl Hann is Canada's funniest drummer". A.Side. 2016-07-14. Retrieved 2021-04-23.
  2. "Heaven For Real – "Subliminal" (". Stereogum. 2016-05-24. Retrieved 2021-04-21.
  3. "Introducing: Heaven For Real! | Mint Records". www.mintrecs.com. Retrieved 2021-04-21.
  4. "PREMIERE: Heaven For Real Twist Rhythms and Embrace Amnesia on "Kill Your Memory"". www.vice.com. Retrieved 2021-04-21.
  5. Kill Your Memory - Heaven for Real | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic, retrieved 2021-04-23
  6. "Heaven for Real Map Out Canadian Summer Dates". exclaim.ca. Retrieved 2021-04-21.
  7. McCracken, Brennan. "Heaven for Real trips out with Live in Japan". The Coast Halifax. Retrieved 2021-04-21.

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