Which makes it sound like it starts on Halloween, which it doesn’t, their latest album is called “Ghost Gardens” though and it’ll be dark when you come out of all their European dates, which they’ve announced a whole load of today. The three-piece, folk-rock/alt-country band from Ontario, Canada released their sixth full length record earlier this year to some nice reviews, and they won a Juno award back in 2013. Check out the list of dates on their site including the Borderline on Dec 11th and other England dates in Brighton, Winchester and Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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