Feu Thérèse formed in 2005, in the wake of Fly Pan Am’s hiatus, and included FPA guitarist and performance artist Jonathan Parant. Together with prolific experimental musician Alexandre St-Onge (bass, electronics), Stephen De Oliveira (keyboards, electronics, guitar) and Luc Paradis (drums), the band put on a series of explosive live shows through 2005 and recorded their debut record towards the end of that year. Up the release of their follow-up Ça Va Cogner in October 2007, the project immediately disbanded.
Jonathan Parant is a guitarist and founding member of Fly Pan Am, with four records on Constellation. He has released a solo record on Squintfucker Press and orchestrates various sound and performance art happenings around town. He helps run the Sala Rossa concert venue in Montreal.
Alexandre St-Onge is a bass player, electronic musician and performance artist. He has been involved in innumerable bands and projects in Montreal over the last decade, including Undo (with Christof Migone), The Shalabi Effect, Et Sans and Klaxon Gueule. He has released four solo records, on labels including Squintfucker Press, Namskeio Records and Alien8Recordings. He has toured extensively around the world, in various bands and as a solo artist.
Stephen De Oliveira is a sound artist, soundtrack composer for B-movies and documentaries, and graduate of the electro-acoustic program at Université de Montréal. He also works with multi-media installations. His latest opus, one-year-old daughter Camille, is a co-production. He also has twelve birds.
Luc Paradis is a visual artist, painter, illustrator, and drummer and. He has shown paintings drawings in several group and solo shows, contributed to artwork for records by Silver Mt. Zion and Diebold and has been involved with the Heavyweight street art crew in Montreal. Feu Thérèse was his first recording.