Little Green Cars released a new track, “Easier Day.” The Line of Best Fit states “[The song] is a sublime juxtaposition of determined lyrics and tormented instrumentation, and sees Little Green Cars at their most affecting.” The song appears on the band’s upcoming sophomore album, Ephemera, due out March 11th via Glassnote. The album includes the previously-released track “The Song They Play Every Night.” Listen to the track below and see Little Green Cars on tour.
Basia Bulat‘s latest album, Good Advice, is now streaming in full via CBC Music. The album includes the previously-released track “Fool.” Good Advice is due out February 12 via Secret City. The accompanying article proclaims “[The album] is a bold departure for the folk singer-songwriter, and there’s something incredibly gratifying, musically, about the way Bulat embraces this new-for-her pop sound.” Listen to the album and see Basia Bulat on tour.
Plants and Animals released a new track, ”Stay.” The track appears on the upcoming album, Waltzed in from the Rumbling, out April 29th via Secret City Records. The album is the band’s first release in four years. Listen to the track and see Plants and Animals on tour.
The Domestics premiered a new track, “Hustle,” via Surviving The Golden Age. The track will appear on the Mt. Portland vinyl compilation, out February 26th. The accompanying article states that “[The track] has an insouciance and wit about it that is reminiscent of other Pacific Northwestern bands such as The Decemberists or The Long Winters.” Listen to “Hustle” and see The Domestics on tour.
Sarah Neufeld released a new track, ”Where The Light Comes In,” via Stereogum. The accompanying article describes “[The song] has a feel of false starts, with each flourish of strings and ambient sweeps given the proper room to breathe and echo before the next begins.” The track appears on her upcoming album, The Ridge, out February 26 via Paper Bag Records. The album includes the previously-released title track. Listen to the track and see Sarah Neufeld on tour.
The Juno Awards are presented annually to Canadian musicians to acknowledge their artistic accomplishments. This year’s nominations include works by Milk & Bone, Destroyer, Colin Stetson and Sarah Neufeld, and PUP . This year’s ceremony will take place on April 3 in Calgary.