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Currently touring Adult Lullabies, a 5-song companion to his landmark 2015 release, The Forgettable Truth, Michael Feuerstack will bring his band to The Maritimes for a series of shows later this month.

April 28
– Fredericton, NB: Wilser’s Room
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April 29 – Moncton, NB: Northrup Frye Literary Festival
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April 30 – Halifax, NS: The Seahorse // tickets
May 01 – Sackville, NB: Bordertown Festival @ Vogue Cinema
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May 05 – Charlottetown, PEI: Back Alley Music
May 06 – South Shore, NS: TBA

Garnering unparalleled critical acclaim over the past number of years, Michael has been dubbed “a national treasure” (Globe & Mail) who writes music that is “simultaneously heartfelt and apathetic, sacred and profane.” (CBC Music). His newest release has received similar accolades:

“confirms why a small collection of short stories can be as compelling as a full-length narrative.” – Exclaim!
“un savant mélange de sagesse et de nostalgie” – BRBR
“equal parts causal and captivating” – Grid City


The group will perform intimate shows in Fredericton, at Moncton’s Northrup Frye Literary Festival, an early seating at The Seahorse in Halifax, and at Sackville’s Bordertown Festival before Michael returns solo to play in Charlottetown’s Back Alley Music store and in Nova Scotia’s south shore.

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“Nova Scotia’s eerie electronic trio JOYFULTALK trip out to the wilderness.”
 – AUX 

Juxtaposing lush wilderness with a digital humanoid, the video for JOYFULTALK’s song Buschbabies explores narratives of love and searching. A glittering figure emerges from the Bay of Fundy, searching the wilderness for an elusive spiritual entity as time stretches and slows, and perception and memory intertwine.

Watch Buschbabies, directed by Will Vandermeulen and Andrea Thorne