Published Dec 15, 2015The Lord Almightys is a new Toronto band made up of Halifax expats like Myles Deck, Carla Gillis and Gerry Hubley. Working with Toronto drummer Stephen Bowles, the quartet have finally completed three songs for their first proper release.
It seems like they couldn't decide on what format was best for the material, because they've revealed a very unique way to get these songs out there. The three-song release will be available as a hybrid 7-inch and CD through We Are Busy Bodies.
As the label explains, this is "a compact disc that also plays on a turntable. This release contains three songs, two which will play in any CD player or computer, and a different song that will play on a record player."
The three songs were recorded by Sloan's Patrick Pentland and mastered by Death From Above 1979's Jesse F. Keeler.
Before the release arrives on January 8, you can stream all three songs below. The Lord Almightys will also play a record release show at Toronto's Handlebar on December 18.