- Code Pie
Code Pie Origin Montreal, Quebec, Canada Genres
Indie RockIndie Pop
Years active 2002–present Labels Flagless, Indiecater Website Code Pie  Flagless Records  Members Enzo Palermo
Code Pie is a Canadian indie rock band founded in 2002 in Montreal by singer and guitarist Enzo Palermo. Other band members are Salvatore Ciolfi (guitars), Michel Semienchuk (bass), Vince Varano (drums), Eva Boodman (trumpet) and Rebecca Lessard (cello, keys, vocals).
Code Pie began with a series of home recordings by singer Enzo Palermo in the year 2000. Two years later Palermo contacted guitarist Salvatore Ciolfi through an internet ad, and the two began writing and playing music together . Originally focused on a sort of post-rock influenced electronica, the duo were soon joined by drummer Vince Varano and bassist Michel Semienchuk. The additions of trumpet player Eva Boodman and cellist Rebecca Lessard completed the sextet, and the group fell into a more immediate pop-rock sound , releasing their first album, This Habit in 2005. After the release of the album, the band played numerous shows in the Northeast, including the 2005 and 2006 Pop Montreal Festival, and the 2006 NXNE Festival.
Since releasing their second album, The Most Trusted Name In Yous in 2007, the band has appeared at the 2007 Pop Montreal festival , the 2008 Halifax Pop Explosion, Canadian Music Week, and were one of 53 bands chosen out of over 3,000 to play Manchester, UK’s In the City emerging music festival .
A third album, Love Meets Rage, was released on April 5, 2011, with the help of Indiecater Records . Leading up to the release of the album, Code Pie recorded a cover  of Justin Bieber's hit single Baby, which was featured on several blogs  and compilations  in 2011.
- This Habit (2005)
- The Most Trusted Name In Yous (2007)
- Love Meets Rage (2011)
- Music of Canada
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- Category:Canadian musical groups
- Musical groups established in 2002
- Canadian indie rock groups
- Canadian indie pop groups
- Musical groups from Montreal
- English-language musical groups from Quebec
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