“’Douglas Snow’ is about “being little and how we perceive things as children,” HarpAcash said in a statement. “It’s about our job to keep all children safe so they can freely enjoy being young and carefree,” the band said in a statement.
Lamps was produced by Michael Timmins of Cowboy Junkies. They caught Timmins’ ear after sharing the stage with the Junkies.
Their music pulled me from backstage and compelled me to listen,” Timmins said in a statement. “HarpAcash’s vocals alone are a force of nature, but joined with Todd Jeffery’s angular song structures and Dan Trickett’s powerful, multi-dimensional drumming, their music becomes wholly original.”
Lamps is the follow-up to their 2012 debut Music Tree Life Understanding. In addition to the Cowboy Junkies, they have also played with Elliott BROOD and The Strumbellas as well as playing a residency at Toronto’s Cameron House.
Catch HarpAcash on the following dates;
July 29 – Barrie, ON – The Roxy Theatre, Kempenfest After Party w/ Paper Bird, Lost Cousins
Aug 04 – Toronto, ON – The Horseshoe Tavern w/ Barbie Lee Jak, The Tired Flames
Aug 29 – Thornbury, ON – Bruce Wine Bar
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