Halifax's Quiet Parade Prep 'Old Haunts' EP

Halifax's Quiet Parade Prep 'Old Haunts' EP
Next month, the mellow Haligonians of Quiet Parade will continue to live up their name when they release a new EP. Old Haunts is due out March 12 via Acadian Embassy.

According to a press release, this collection finds the five-piece in a reflective, contemplative mood. The songs were recorded at Halifax's Codapop Studios with returning producer Daniel Ledwell (Jenn Grant, In-Flight Safety).

While opening number "Ghosts" is said to be an uncharacteristically uptempo number, the other tracks range from indie-rocking Canadiana ("Edge of the Ocean") to spaced-out folk ("Easy on Me"). There's also a call-and-response duet ("How Come You Never Call (Or Write)?") and even a New Orleans-style funeral march (the interlude of "Feel Young").

Stream EP track "Edge of the Ocean" below. Scroll past that to watch a behind the scenes mini-documentary about the making of the album.

Old Haunts:

1. Ghosts
2. Edge Of The Ocean
3. How Come You Never Call (Or Write)?
4. Easy On Me
5. Feel Young