“Twin Flames wowed the audience with their powerful songwriting. The strength of their set and their music in general” - Exclaim Magazine
With a combination of Indigenous Spirit flutes, traditional drums along with western instruments and synthesizing harmonies,Twin Flames unveil a raw and honest experience. A unique eye-opening show that leaves audiences with greater knowledge and sensitivity.
They’ve been nominated for 24 awards — including two Canadian Folk Music Award wins, and three Native American Music Award wins — Two number 1 Hits on the Indigenous Music Countdown’s Top 40, played more than 1000+ shows throughout Canada, Greenland, the United States, Australia and France, were selected as artist-in-residence for the 2019 Folk Alliance International conference, partnered with UNESCO to write the official song celebrating the International Year of Indigenous Languages "Human". The song Human was later chosen as part of CBC's Music class challenge. Their music video for Broke Down Ski'tuuq was the first Inuttitut music video to be featured on MuchMusic.
2022 - Nominated: Canadian Folk Music Awards - Indigenous Songwriter (s) of the Year
2022 - Nominated: Canadian Folk Music Awards - Vocal Group of the Year
2021 - Awarded: Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards - Radio Single of the Year - Battlefields
2021- Awarded: Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards - Pop/Rock/Alternative Album of the Year - OMEN
2021 - Awarded: Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards - Music in the Arts - Cover of Tragically HIp's Grace Too
2021 - Nominated - Summer Solstice Indigenous Music Awards - Recording Artists of the Year
2019 – Awarded: Native American Music Awards – Best Music Video Concept "Human"
2018 – Awarded: Native American Music Awards – Folk Album of the Year
2018 – Awarded: Native American Music Awards – Duo of the Year
2017 – Awarded: Canadian Folk Music Awards – Aboriginal Songwriters of the Year
2016 – Awarded: Canadian Folk Music Awards – Aboriginal Songwriters of the Year