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On April 23, 2013, File Under: Music will release the sophomore album, Mary Magdalene, from the critically-acclaimed Vancouver band, The Crackling.
The ballad features backing vocals from Vancouver’s Children’s Choir that were recorded in Vancouver’s historical Christ Church Cathedral.
The 10-track album was recorded at Afterlife Studios. Mary Magdalene comes on the heels of the band’s successful Ashen EP, which had a limited release in 2012.
The name The Crackling refers to songwriter Kenton Loewen’s favorite sound, the sound of burning. From gentle taps of smoking wood, to violent sparks of exploding pine cones and falling branches, the sounds evoked from the idea of crackling set the tone of Mary Magdalene.
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