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We last featured Ontario Canada’s Ketch Harbour Wolves in February of ’09 with ‘So Long to the Ground’, a track off of their 2008 EP, ‘Dead Calm Horizon’.
Their newer album Anachronisms follows the ambitious debut Dead Calm Horizon – which garnered the #1 Album of 2008 accolade on three independent Canadian blogs. Anachronisms was recorded at a remote cabin in eastern Ontario, and then mixed by Laurence Currie (Wintersleep, In-Flight Safety, Sloan) at Sunnyside Studios in Toronto. It was released to the world on June 2nd, 2010. Showcasing a mature yet energetic sound, Anachronisms steps deliriously through a stark landscape haunted by omens, taboos and unfulfilled miracles. Taking their tried and true formula of mixing together lush orchestrations with soulful vocal harmonies, this stunning follow-up builds Ketch Harbour Wolves a new path to follow and further proves their name as one of Canada’s most promising outfits. [FB bio]
The video for “Breakdown” is entirely the work of Montréal-based graphic artist and photographer, Adam Biehler. Shot at a cabin in Benson Lake, just south of Westport, its stunning imagery is a departure from the urban and into the subtleties of the dynamic Canadian landscape.