Rain Over St. Ambrose tours Ontario and the Maritimes this fall in continued support of their new album, Still Waking Up. Among other stops, the tour sees the band performing at Adelaide Hall in Toronto, ON, and at Nova Scotia Music Week in Truro, NS. Dates are as follows:
- Charlottetown, PE @ Fishbone's *
- Ottawa, ON @ The Rainbow
- Peterborough, ON @ The Spill
- Toronto, ON @ Adelaide Hall
- Guelph, ON @ Van Gogh's Ear
- Yarmouth, NS @ The Red Knight
- Truro, NS @ Nova Scotia Music Week
* w. The Motorleague - Halifax, NS @ The Seahorse Tavern *
Drenched in coastal haze, Still Waking Up pulsates with an urgent thunderous drive. The sophomore full-length from Rain Over St. Ambrose reverberates with anthemic sing-alongs, swampy fuzzed-out riff rock, and swirling synths. From the buzzsaw guitars of"29 Takes," to the falsetto backups on the hook-heavy "Petty Thief," to the stoner-infused breaks on "Death of a Salesman," the album is enormous in tone and uninhibited in its approach. Raw, contemplative, and feverish, Still Waking Up once again showcases the band's commitment to honest, from-the-gut rock and roll.
The album's debut single, "Broken Love," which features backup vocals from Jennah Barry, spent four weeks on CBC Radio 3's R3-30 last year, and was recently added to rotation onSiriusXM's The Verge.
Still Waking Up was nominated for two 2016 East Coast Music Awards including Rock Recording of the Year and Group Recording of the Year.
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