Fearless and meticulous. Fragile and melancholy. Forthright and mighty. F&M (Edmonton's Ryan and Rebecca Anderson) is a baroque-pop outfit with a penchant for dark lyrics and mesmerizing melodies. For more than 10 years, the couple have been indispensable stalwarts — releasing six of their own albums and touring through Canada and Europe. F&M’s forlorn cover of “Maybe Tomorrow” from TV’s The Littlest Hobo was featured in the modern hockey classic, GOON. All of the band's full length albums have appeared on the Earshot charts — including 2010’s "Sincerely, F&M," which was N0.1 on the national folk charts for six weeks. Their 2014 album "At Sunset We Sing," was shortlisted for the Edmonton Music Prize and earned a Best Alternative Album nomination at the 2015 Edmonton Music Awards. Their latest release, "Lessons From Losers" is currently nominated for a 2019 Edmonton Music Award.
“F&M’s Lessons From Losers is a shot in the dark – a bold Hail Mary awakening full of heavy hues and bittersweet, emotive melodies. Thought-provoking and life-enhancing.” – Atwood Magazine, New York