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“Armour Worn” Music Video

 

Here’s our latest music video for our song “Armour Worn”. The song is from our album Afterimage, which is available here:¬†http://bit.ly/n88xPr

 

Toro Mag Video & Interview

Our good friends at Toro Magazine asked us to come play Garage Band, an incredible online show that they host which showcases indie bands on the Canadian scene. There’s nothing like it and we love Toro for being such a backbone to Canadian indie music.¬†Here’s the video of us playing “Armour Worn”…

http://www.toromagazine.com/music/garage-band/toro-tv/f2628b07-8a03-6f44-5984-80ac4bc294aa/Recovery-Child/index.html

And here’s the interview that followed…

http://www.toromagazine.com/music/interviews/81ee8ffd-f936-0fb4-858b-8dc1cbbd75ea/Recovery-Child-/index.html

 

Gibson

As some of you may have noticed, Ryan has been playing a Gibson Les Paul on stage these days. Truth be told, Ryan’s Les Paul was used extensively on “Afterimage” and he’s been playing it live to recreate the tones that we got in the studio.

The fine folks at Gibson have been very cool to us lately. We just wanted to thank them for their support!

Ryan’s Song Idea

Waiting around before a show in Louisville, KY, Ryan decides to share an old song idea that he came across earlier that day.

 

Ben’s All-Time Favourite Albums





Blood Sugar Sex Magic – Red Hot Chili Peppers

I play bass, is there really any question why this is on the list?


Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness – The Smashing Pumpkins

The fact that there are 28 songs on this album, none of which feel out of place blows my mind. I can remember listening to this album as a kid and I think it really helped shape me both as a person and as a musician.


The Queen is Dead – The Smiths

I was a little late getting into The Smiths (in all fairness the album was released before I was born.) I don’t think theres a single song on this album that I don’t like.


Kind of Blue – Miles Davis

This album marks the turning point for me in wanting to pursue music as a career. I love the fact that this album really went against the grain of what was popular at the time. Never was a big fan of bebop, and this album managed to entirely change the direction of all jazz that succeeded it.


Yankee Hotel Foxtrot – Wilco

As far as the past decade is concerned, this album definitely stands out. I was hesitant at first to add it to my top 5, but when I looked and saw how many times I’ve played it on my computer it would be wrong not to include it.