Daniel Romano’s Outfit

Daniel Romano’s Outfit is a Canadian indie rock band shrouded in mystery, and known for their high  intensity live performances. The band, which has garnered a reputation as a powerhouse supergroup, is lead by Daniel Romano and consists of Carson McHone, Tommy Major, Ian Ski  Romano, and sound engineer Kenneth Roy Meehan. 

“The Outfit’s live shows are nothing short of explosive, leaving audiences in a state of awe and  wonderment.” (Paste Magazine) 

“Daniel Romano’s Outfit are a band like no other, weaving a mysterious and mesmerizing  soundscape that is as haunting as it is electrifying.” (Consequence of Sound) 

The Outfit have made appearances at many major music festivals, including Bonnaroo, Azkena  Rock Fest, End of the Road, Roskilde Festival, among others. 

In 2020 the Outfit dropped several notable records, including a collaboration with Tool drummer  Danny Carey on the long form album, “Forever Love’s Fool”. 

“Daniel Romano’s Outfit Do (What Could Have Been) Infidels By Bob Dylan & the Plugz” was  released later that same year, inspired by a 1984 appearance on Letterman where Dylan performed  a song with LA punk band The Plugz. With their own twist, the Outfit reimagined the entire album  and answer the question, what if Dylan went punk? 

In 2021, the Outfit released the rock and roll masterclass, “Cobra Poems”, which infused their  signature sound with new swagger and grit. The fiery single “Nocturne Child” is a prime example of  the band’s electrifying energy. 

In 2022, the Outfit took things to a whole new level with the ambitious release of “La Luna”, “…a true  masterpiece, showcasing the band’s unparalleled musicianship and knack for crafting deeply atmospheric and emotive music.” (Stereogum) 

“With each release, Daniel Romano’s Outfit continues to defy genre classification, carving out a  unique space for themselves in the world of music.” (Exclaim!)