Anticipated Canadian Albums of 2019
Forget about waiting for Yandhi — there are plenty of awesome-looking Canadian albums that might actually come out in 2019.
On Halloween, the songwriter posted a photo with the National’s Aaron Dessner, revealing that the two had collaborated on her new album in upstate New York.
Despite label drama, Grimes said she has two albums in the works: “The second one will be extreme darkness and chaos, the first will be highly collaborative and most glorious light.”
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We don’t have any details about the pop star’s plans yet, but joyous new single “Party for One” has us eagerly anticipating whatever it is.
Having overcome a serious health scare, Mississauga MC John River has been ramping up the momentum with a series of singles. Bring on the full-length!
Salty’n’sweet rockers July Talk made a big splash with 2016’s Touch, and a recent tweet revealed that they’ve been recording the followup at the Tragically Hip’s Bathouse Studio.
Ever-mysterious Toronto singer Abel Tesfaye said on stage, “Chapter 6, coming soon.” He added in a tweet, “some chapters are smaller than others. not this next one though…”
The indie rock band have posted photos from their writing sessions, and singerkeyboardist Spencer Krug told Exclaim! that they were aiming for a fall 2019 release.