During our 2-day stop in Toronto, DD/MM/YYYY and their feline friend showed us around.

Driving into Toronto

Tomas and cat welcome you aboard.

Before playing a show at the Garrison, Tomas showed us his art space where he also resides

Remnants of a Wham City show on the floor of Tomas’ home/studio

Every inch of Tomas’ home/studio is covered with drawings and installations.

Trying out Tomas’ bike

Back at the venue, drummer Moshe guarded the new merchandise.

The next morning, the two awesome NXNE ladies who gave us our passes proved Canadians are nicer.

Everyone getting interviewed by Canadian Independent Radio

After picking our passes up, DD/MM/YYYY’s Jordan and his friend Heather, also a musician, took us to Kensington Market.

Toronto’s red street car.

Sanagan’s Meat Locker is filled with impressive cuts.

Plenty of good old butcher shops in Toronto.

A regular sight in Toronto: the Portuguese flag.

Lowe’s Coffee Stop.

One of the very "special" cafes where certain activities are permitted legally.

Lines outside the Gladstone Hotel, where DD/MM/YYYY were to play that night.

Tomas doing an interview with AUX.TV

People wait to get inside. Also pictured: Toronto’s advanced trash bins with a recycling compartment and a foot pedal.

DD/MM/YYYY take stage. Moshe and Jordan.

Jordan of DD/MM/YYYY

DD/MM/YYYY play to their hometown crowd.

Mike of DD/MM/YYYY

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Time to go home.