Shabason, Krgovich & Harris Announce Instrumental Album 'Florence'

It's a companion to last year's lush 'Philadelphia'

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Feb 5, 2021

Last year, Shabason, Krgovich & Harris showed how cool adult contemporary could be with Philadelphia, and the trio have now shared details of an all-instrumental companion release.

The eight-track Florence will arrive March 26 through Idée Fixe Records.

Named after Philadelphia's sister city, Florence strips away Krgovich's vocals to "highlight and reveal the small details embedded within its predecessor," in hopes of leading listeners to a "deep calm." The trio write on Bandcamp that, "Alternatively, one can use the album for a practice we have coined 'Krgovich Karaoke.'"

Instrumental "The flowers in my parent's yard" — which Philadelphia listeners will know as closer "Open Beauty" — can be heard in the player below. 

Florence will see release on cassette, as we as digitally next month. Both versions are now available for pre-order.

Shabason, Krgovich & Harris will make their live debut this month as part of Toronto's Wavelength Winter Festival. This week also saw Shabason announce new autobiographical album The Fellowship.

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