NEWS: Quiet Parade releases Old Haunts March 12

Press release provided by Pigeon Row 
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Halifax bleeding-heart quintet Quiet Parade celebrates the release of their new album, Old Haunts, March 12 on Acadian Embassy.

The five song EP is a collection of songs reflecting on places and people of the past – a reoccurring theme in Quiet Parade’s fog-laden songs. Voted the Best Band To Listen To Quietly by The Coast’s Best of Music Reader’s Poll for the last two years, the band once again taps into its core of introspective and honest songs to present a record that stirs up long-standing ghosts, lingering memories and a glimmer of hope for better days.  Whether lamenting relationships or dwelling on fears, the old haunts in these songs are more than just physical.  They channel the idea that the hauntingly familiar is in everything.

Recorded last August at Halifax’s Codapop Studios and a home studio in Lake Echo, Nova Scotia, Old Haunts was produced by award-winning producer Daniel Ledwell (Jenn Grant, Heather Green, Gabrielle Papillon, In-Flight Safety) who was also at the helm of Quiet Parade’s last full-length, Please Come Home (We Hate It Here Without You).



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