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Wintersleep @ Boyce Farmers’ Market w Force Fields

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Thursday, March 28
Doors: 7:00 pm  / Show: 8:00 pm
Fredericton Boyce Farmer’s Market

The Capital Complex
UNBSU Campus Events presents:
Wintersleep w Forcefields
Thur March 28, 2019
Fredericton Boyce Farmers’ Market
Doors 7pm / Show 8pm

TICKETS ON SALE ONLINE NOW > Or in person through the Etixnow kiosks at Graystone Brewing  + Grimross Brewing Co

So happy to announce that our seventh record, “In the Land Of,” is coming out March 29, 2019 via Dine Alone Records!

We wanted to give you a little taste of what’s coming and what better place to start than the first track, “Surrender.” Available now on all streaming services:

The average Canadian carries around with them in their head a vision of spaciousness.” So theorized Canadian composer R. Murray Schafer, describing a so-called ‘Canadian sound.’For Schafer and many others, it was a sound defined by space, by the land and our distance from and proximity to it. For Harry Freedman, it was “gaunt” and “lonely.” Elaine Keillor called it “immense, empty, mysterious, harsh, indifferent, producing a response of awe mingled with terror and an intense sense of spiritual loneliness.”On Wintersleep’s seventh full-length record, In the Land Of, this geography is both real and imagined. It is understood that our surroundings are not, in fact, essential or concrete elements; they’re constructed in relation to us, the inhabitants. Our identities, too, are constructed in relation to the land. The land, both physical and figurative, changes, and so do we. Familiar land. Foreign land. Inhospitable land. Unceded land. Stolen land. Dead land.This might be why In the Land Ofdoesn’t inhabit one terrain, but many. It might also be why none of these terrains feel comfortable. “I don’t really feel 100% at home anywhere,” says vocalist and guitarist Paul Murphy. “Over time, that’s something that weighs a lot on me, not feeling really connected to my environment.”Like all Wintersleep records, In the Land Ofencourages thought and introspection. The new record’s title is an incomplete thought, a blank that is filled in across the record with different places, words, and sounds. “A lot of the songs touch on this idea of being a stranger or feeling foreign in all the different landscapes in which the songs took place lyrically,” explains Murphy. “It all relates back to the land,” adds guitarist Tim D’Eon.