soft pop // 'gentle slacker rock' from st. john's, nl


photo by noah bender

weary’s debut album feeling things (december 2017) is a moody breakthrough with lingering guitars and soft stories of loving + losing. st. john’s has welcomed weary’s lyrically driven sound, intimate meditations, and feminist undertow with open arms.  feeling things received grant support from the city of st. john’s and musicnl.

weary has been nominated for two 2018 musicnl awards: alternative album of the year and rising star of the year. kate has been long listed for the 2016 borealis award, was nominated for 2016 the overcast peoples’ choice award for ‘best slow song’, and has been featured on compilations such as fresh riot and big townie tunes

vocals, guitar / kate lahey
guitar / chris meyers
bass / maria peddle
drums / marcus mclaughlin



we’re playing halifax pop explosion! you can find us at the carleton on thursday october 18 at 6:30PM.


new zine available in the shop. features lyrics + thanks accompanying 'feeling things'. 


weary nominated for two musicnl awards: alternative album of the year and rising star of the year! 


09.14 - the nook, halifax 

09. 16 - plan b, moncton 

09. 18 - black squirrel, ottawa

09. 19 - the cornerstone, guelph

09. 22 - back alley, charlottetown 

09. 22 - baba's, charlottetown 

10.11 - toslow, st. john's 

10.12 - musicnl showcase, twillingate 

10.18 - halifax pop explosion





"Their debut offering is titled Feeling Things, and the band played the tunes — comforting, atmospheric pop with a soft, almost lo-fi aesthetic that sometimes skirts gentle slacker rock — with, well, feeling."

"There’s certainly a sense of weathered, contemplative wandering and wondering that snakes its way through this utterly charming collection of songs [...] A rare, alluring gem that deserves to rise above the enveloping fogginess of the season, ‘Feeling Things will make you do just that, in far more superlative ways."

"'Music is about  healing, empowerment, access, communication, and supporting one another' says Kate Lahey, who records under the band name Weary. 'And feeling things.'"

"[On] her debut Feeling Things – a soft, guitar-pop affair [...] Weary offers tender reminders that it’s okay to feel things."

"[Feeling Things] exceeds expectation, and sets [Lahey] up as a new musical trailblazer in the province.”

" With the release of their debut seven track EP in December, Feeling Things, Kate Lahey has been making a name for herself in the local music scene. The entire album reflects a process of self-care and healing, which is a strong and empowering message for any woman, and anyone, for that matter. The entire album exceeds expectations."