Friends...we have exciting news to share with you!! Ready? 

The Ottawa album release party for our second album will be Saturday, February 2nd as part of the NAC Presents series at the Fourth Stage!! 

Wait there's can get in on the PRESALE for this release show, now until 10 pm Thursday, October 25th. 

The presale code is NACPCNAP1819 


We cannot wait to share this new album with you!!

Mill Road Community Space presents Outside I'm a Giant

Our last show or 2018. Please come share the moments with us. 

Outside I'm a Giant with special guest Cheshire Carr
Saturday, October 13, 2018
show 8 pm,  doors 7:30 pm
$15 advance tickets at Les Fougères in Chelsea Québec and from MRCS board members.
$18 advance on line at:

Festival of Small Halls

Thursday September 13th it will be our honour to share the stage with Juno award-winning William Prince at the Almonte Old Town Hall on the opening night of the Ontario 2018 Small Halls Festival.

"Prince won the 2017 Juno Award — his first — for contemporary roots album of the year with his debut, and soon after signed to Glassnote Records, also home to Chvrches, Mumford & Sons and Half Moon Run. Prince, who's from Peguis First Nation in Manitoba, sang "Breathless" during the 2017 Juno Awards' in memoriam presentation, and it's little wonder why it held everyone's attention: his voice gently reaches back in time, pulling out memories of things both tangible and intangible that are so personal, you feel as if you're living within each verse." Holly Gordon at

Tickets are available at the link below or by calling 613-402-1425.

Summer Tour 2018

We're heading east and we're taking Ottawa's Shadowhand with us! Our tour starts with a return to the lovely and peaceful Tay Creek Folk Festival, NB, on July 21st.  We're opening the stage on Saturday evening and a workshop on Sunday.

We wend our way through New Brunswick and Quebec, performing as we go. 

It wraps up with a homecoming show at The Record Centre in Ottawa on July 31st. 

Check out the full list of shows and tell your friends in the area to come join us. 

Daylight savings time - saving time?

Aside from a sparse collection of wonderful local performances, Jeremi has been hunkered down in Hull writing new songs this winter. There is a steady flow of creativity and it has lead Outside I'm a Giant back into the studio to capture these new songs and sounds. We're excited about what we'll have to share with you. 

Actually, there is a lot to look forward to! New music, new shows and the absolute honour of headlining the Living Roots Festival in New Brunswick in May. 

But before we head away on tour later this spring, we'll be at the Almonte Old Town Hall for the March 24th show in the listening room haven that is the 2018 Folkus Concert Series. We're delighted to be opening the evening for Big Little Lions. We invite you to come out and celebrate the approaching spring with us! 

New video! Fishing with Jim

Special thanks to our friend Patrick Lozinski ( for his amazing video work! Also our thanks to Jean-Denis Rochon, Jocelyne Caron, Benoit Rozon, Pierre Caron, Geneviève Mercier and last but not least, Jimmy Major.

We had a lot of fun making this video. We hope you enjoy it! 

New video coming soon! 

Before the sunny and warm weather left for another winter season, Outside I'm a Giant was busy filming for a music video. The editing is underway and we are so excited to share the results with you soon! We think you're going to love it, especially when the snow drifts in on the cold winter winds. Fishing with Jim!

October 7th is the Day!  

We are very excited to announce that Point Comfort, our debut album, will be released at The Black Sheep Inn, Wakefield, QC. 


''Outside I’m a Giant began their set by turning off the main stage lights, opting for a small house lamp. This quickly brought us back to the warm intimate environment. Humming through songs accompanied by a violin and steel guitar they elaborated on where songs originated. Connecting with the room, but also to their fellow musicians, sharing stories of inspiration of how songs came from seeing each other play live. I sat mesmerized on the floor in front of the stage. Finding myself forgetting that I was needing photos. I took in the music, leaving my camera in my lap. They carried us through the rest of the night. Closing off the set explaining that they didn’t have merch, but had chocolate bars for a school fundraiser.''   

-Els Durnford/Ottawa Showbox
The review of the show is available in it's entirety at the link bellow.


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