After an eight-year wait, Jennah Barry releases her highly anticipated sophomore LP, Holiday, next year on March 27, 2020.

A new glimpse at the album arrives today via The Bluegrass Situation“Pink Grey Blue” melds the warm hum of nylon strings with Jennah Barry’s stunning rosewater voice before sharing the precious and intimate space with gracious orchestral flourishes that feel right at home on AM radios of the past.

 – Listen to Pink Grey Blue –

 The vintage-tinged and “dreamy” (CBC Music) record comes from the “hugely talented”(Americana UK) songwriter following a lengthy break due to vocal surgery – an experience that left her unable to speak for weeks and ultimately led to a re-examination of her craft before writing again. Holiday is a reflection of maturity, of worn-in and worn-down experience, and, like all of Barry’s work, it is intimate and intricate, timeless and universal.
Jennah Barry – Holiday
listen // pre-save DIG // pre-order LP/CD // watch video for ‘Roller Disco’

On the south shore of Nova Scotia, in a house she helped build, Jennah Barry wrote, arranged, and recorded the songs that comprise Holiday, her second album.
Produced by Colin Nealis (Andy ShaufFoxwarren), two songs from the album – “Roller Disco” and “The Real Moon” – have already been released with high praise.

“dazzling” – Skope Mag 
“exudes delicacy” – Circuit Sweet
“delicate and precise” – Flux Blog
“a dream-like genre mixing experiment” – If It’s Too Loud
”beats softly in time with tangerine-tones memories” – The Autumn Roses

February 06 – Tatamagouche, NS: Ice House w/ Michael Feuerstack
February 07 – Perth-Andover, NB: House Concert // email for details
February 08 – St. Andrew’s, NB: Winter Warmer Festival
February 09 – Sackville, NB: Thunder & Lightning


“truly stunning and ambitious” – Tiny Mix Tapes
“spellbinding” – self-titled magazine
“virtuostic” – WNYC New Sounds
“brilliant” –  Pop Matters

The mere range of sounds Sarah Pagé is able to pull out of the harp while remaining tethered to its essence is astounding. Though what really makes the record so spellbinding is its rootedness in performativity. The entire LP consists of one unaltered performance, presenting the full range of the artist and instrument, imbuing the album with a visceral vitality.

Dose Curves arrives in album format after eight years of intensive practice, playing, touring, collaborating and recording. During this period (which included her regular duties with The Barr Brothers, close collaborations with the late Mexican-American mysterion Lhasa de Sela, and appearances on recordings by Leif VollebekkJerusalem In My HeartNadah El Shazly, among many others), Pagé would test these solo works on live audiences as opportunity permitted.
Sarah Pagé – Dose Curves
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“grippingly beautiful” – Cast the Dice
“blissed-out” – Canuckistan
“a dream that drifts” –The Autumn Roses

– read Pagé’s interview with 15 Questions 

Across many explorations, versions, dialogues and fine-tunings, the pieces materialize here as vibrant as ever. Rather than presenting as a deadened product of a disconnected process, the tracks on Dose Curves are wildly alive, charged with organic iteration and intent.

 “Sarah Pagé’s Dose Curves is not sleep-inducing; it’s consciousness-heightening.” –Dominionated
“unlike anything else you’ll hear this year” – Various Small Flames
“pushes the harp in completely unexpected directions” – Exclaim! (8/10)
“a perfect soundtrack to some arthouse sci-fi thriller” – Vancouver Sun

October 11 – Toronto, ON: Burdock * // tickets
October 12 – Hamilton, ON: Christ Church Cathedral *
October 13 – Guelph, ON: Silence Sounds *
October 25 – Montreal, QC: Église St-Édouard *
October 26 – Quebec, QC: Libraire St Jean-Baptiste *
October 27 – St. Hyacinthe, QC: Le Zaricot *
November 3 – Drummondville, QC: Maison des arts Desjardins # // tickets
November 5 – Joliette, QC: Centre culturel Desjardins # // tickets
* w/ Joni Void // # w/ Patrick Watson