Home Front is a Canadian post-punk band from Edmonton, Alberta[1] formed in 2021, by Graeme McKinnon, formerly of Wednesday Night Heroes, and Clint Frazier of Shout Out Out Out Out respectively.[2] Their sound has been characterized as a blend of both punk and new wave influences into a style reminiscent of Echo and the Bunnymen[1] and The Cure,[2]

Home Front
OriginEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
Genrespunk, post-punk, new wave
Years active2021-present
LabelsLa Vida Es Un Mus
MembersGraeme McKinnon
Clint Frazier

To date, they have released one studio album, their critically-acclaimed full-length, Games of Power (2023) [3] and two EP's, Think of the Lie (2021) and Nation (2023) via British independent punk label, La Vida Es Un Mus. The former was produced by Jonah Falco of Canadian hardcore band, Fucked Up and mixed and mastered by Frazier's Shout Out Out Out Out' bandmate, Nik Kozub.[3]

Games of Power was longlisted for the 2023 Polaris Music Prize.[4]

Band members

  • Graeme McKinnon– lead vocals, guitar, bass (2021–present)
  • Clint Frazier– drums, synths, keyboards (2021–present)
  • Bendy Straws - bass, vibes (2022-present)
  • Ian Boothman-guitar (2022-present)
  • War Dog - drums (2022-present)




  • Games of Power (2023)
  • Think Of The Lie (2021)
  • Nation (2023)