Published Feb 02, 2012Acclaimed Toronto folk band Great Lake Swimmers return this April with their fifth full-length endeavour New Wild Everywhere. The album marks a new direction for the band. Formerly known for their unconventional recording locations, this is the group's first full-length recorded in a traditional recording studio.
Having released the first single "Easy Come Easy Go" back in January, Great Lake Swimmers have now released another track "Les Champs De Progéniture." The beautifully arranged song is sung entirely in French, and laced with the spectacular harmonies of Tony Dekker and Miranda Mulholland.
Listen to "Les Champs De Progéniture" below.
You can pick up the new album this April 3 via Nettwerk and check them out on the Canadian stretch of their tour here.