Get the Latest from Corb Lund, Black Moor, Drake and More in Our Music/Video Roundup

> Aug 13 2012

Get the Latest from Corb Lund, Black Moor, Drake and More in Our Music/Video Roundup
By Kate ShepherdCurious about which tracks, album streams and videos have been generating the most buzz on Exclaim.ca this week? You can head to the site's Music/Video section to check out the newest media online, including full albums, new tunes and downloads. Some of the highlights from the past several days are below.

To start, take a listen to Cabin Fever, the latest full-length release from Alberta singer-songwriter Corb Lund, which is available as a full album stream before its Tuesday (August 14) release. Next, sample the sophomore album from East Coast metal act, Black Moor, called Lethal Waters, which is also streaming in full.

In new tracks, Toronto's own Drake just dropped the Aaliyah-featuring "Enough Said," which is slated to appear on an upcoming posthumous album from the R&B star, while folk rockers Evening Hymns whetted appetites for their forthcoming album with a video for the tune "Family Tree."

And lastly, Vancouver pop rock outfit Mother Mother unveiled the video for their most recent single, "Let's Fall in Love," and on the heels of his latest album's release, Toronto's Liam Titcomb premiered the video for his song "Love Don't Let Me Down."

You can enjoy these picks, as well as many more streams, downloads and videos, at our Music/Video section.

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