Saskatoon singer-songwriter Steph Cameron is just about ready to release her sophomore LP Daybreak Over Jackson Street, but Exclaim! is giving you an advance listen to the forthcoming full-length a whole week early.
The new record marks the follow-up to Cameron's 2014 debut Sad-Eyed Lonesome Lady, and it hears the musician exploring a slightly more mature sound. As a press release puts it, if her first LP was a snapshot of "the bohemian streets of Greenwich Village circa 1963," then the latest effort embodies "an early '70s Laurel or Topanga Canyon atmosphere."
While recording the new songs at Toronto's Revolution Recording with producer Joe Dunphy, Cameron's aim was to create an album that makes the listener feel like they're in the room with the singer — making for a warm, intimate sonic experience.
Immerse yourself in Cameron's cozy musical offering by streaming Daybreak Over Jackson Street below. It's officially out on April 14 via Pheromone Recordings, but you can give it an early spin right now.