News ·

Great Lake Swimmers take a dip in 'Lost Channels' next spring

Great Lake Swimmers take a dip in 'Lost Channels' next spring

Purveyors of the pastoral and folksy, Great Lake Swimmers have announced Lost Channels, the follow-up to their 2007 LP, Ongiara.

The band was inspired by the Thousand Islands region of Ontario, and decided to record at a location off the St. Lawrence River. In case you were wondering, the "lost channel" is a passage of water where a number of mysterious disappearances occurred during a battle in 1760.

The band is scheduled to begin a North American tour next year, sometime in March and continuing through April, to support the release, scheduled for Mar. 31.

 

Lost Channels

 

Palmistry

Everything Is Moving So Fast

Pulling On a Line

Concrete Heart

She Comes to Me In Dreams

The Chorus In the Underground

Singer Castle Bells

Stealing Tomorrow

Still

New Light

Riverå's Edge

Unison Falling Into Harmony

Girl Talk, Metallica - Girl Talk documentary receives praise and award at International Documentary Film Festival Mirah Mirah to drop new LP '(a)spera' in 2009
Tags
Great Lake Swimmers

Find us on Facebook

Latest Comments

    Recommended