Hear the Week's Best New Canadian Music: Jully Black, Stars, Daphni, Fefe Dobson
Published May 27, 2022As the old adage goes, come what may — and boy, the month of May did indeed come and go. Before we bid it adieu, let's enjoy some more spoils of the season with the week's best new Canadian music.
Dan Snaith returns as Daphni, Jully Black is "Half Empty" (but sounds at least half full), and Fefe Dobson teams up with Burlington, ON's Harm & Ease. Plus, the Flatliners offer the lead track from their first new album in five years, while Tallies and JayWood continue to tease their forthcoming releases.
As for new records that made their grand arrivals this week, we were gifted albums from the likes of Stars (From Capelton Hill), Ghostkeeper (Multidimensional Culture), Magi Merlin, Sauna and Amanda Rheaume.
Take a moment to stop and smell these fresh blooms with The Eh! List below, presented by Mary Brown's Chicken & Taters — all Canadian and proud of it!