Library Voices are a Canadian indie pop band from Regina, Saskatchewan. Formed in 2008 as a ten-piece group of musician friends, they have released one EP and a full-length album. The band members include Paul Gutheil, Eoin Hickey-Cameron, Mike Dawson, Carl Johnson, Karla Miller, Brennan Ross, Amanda Scandrett and Michael Thievin.
The band features such instruments as horns, strings, and an accordion.
The band was noticed by The New Yorker and by Spin. The alternative newsweekly Now, in a favourable review of the band's EP Hunting Ghosts (& Other Collected Shorts), described the track "Step Off the Map & Float" as "the EP's clear standout, one of the year’s catchiest and cutest indie rock singles." Vue Weekly wrote, "there's a curious pop-anthem flavouring to Hunting Ghosts that makes the sound gel more than you might expect." The Calgary Herald's critic wrote of the band's album, prior to its release, "Even in its current rough, unfinished form, it's obvious Library Voices have come up with one of 2009's finest records of the year."
Their EP was nominated for Independent Album of the Year at the 2009 Western Canadian Music Awards, and their album Denim on Denim was nominated for the same award in 2010.