Wake Owl Explore 'The Private World of Paradise' on Debut Album, Premiere New Single
The album was produced by Richard Swift (Foxygen, Tennis, Laetitia Sadier) at his National Freedom studios in Oregon and features songwriter Colyn Cameron joined by multi-instrumentalist Aiden Briscall. According to a press release, the album offers an "upbeat atmospheric vibe."
Cameron said in a statement, "There's a lot more room in this batch of songs to explore live. This was a goal of ours from the outset of writing, trying to create space, so that live we could take people on more of a journey. The music is very visual for us, so there will be a strong visual element in the live set."
Speaking of the band's live sets, see their Canada-centric tour schedule below. Scroll past that to hear the smooth, falsetto-filled new album cut "Candy."
02/26 St. Catherines, ON - Detour
02/27 London, ON - APK
02/28 Toronto, ON - The Garrison
03/01 Montreal, QC - Divan Orange
03/05 Winnipeg, MB - West End Cultural Centre
03/06 Saskatoon, SK - Amigos
03/07 Edmonton, AB - Starlite
03/08 Calgary, AB - Republik
03/10 Red Deer, AB - Internationals
03/11 Canmore, AB - Communities
03/13 Victoria, BC - Lucky Bar
03/14 Courtenay, BC - Avalanche
03/15 Naniamo, BC - Queens
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