Stream the Tragically Hip's 'Saskadelphia'

Stream the Tragically Hip's 'Saskadelphia'
Arriving just in time for a long weekend in Canada, the Tragically Hip's new record Saskadelphia is here. You can stream the six-song release in the players below.

Out now through Universal Music Canada, Saskadelphia features six previously unreleased tracks written by the band in 1990.  

Five of the selections were recorded during sessions for sophomore LP Road Apples, while live cut "Montreal" was captured during a 2000 performance at the titular city's Molson Centre (now the Bell Centre). Its original studio recording has yet to be uncovered.

As for the record's title, the hippest of Hip fans will point out Saskadelphia as the original working title of Road Apples, coined by the band in reference to their extensive tour plans of the era, and rejected by label execs for being "too Canadian."

Find out where Road Apples sits in Exclaim!'s Essential Guide to the Tragically Hip, and enter our contest for a chance to win a vinyl copy of Saskadelphia.

In June, the Tragically Hip will perform with Feist at the 2021 Juno Awards, at which they will also receive the 2021 Humanitarian Award.