Bermuda Waterfall is the new album from Canadian singer-songwriter and ballad composer Sean Nicholas Savage. It will be released May 13th on forerunning Montreal label Arbutus Records (Grimes, Majical Cloudz, Blue Hawaii).
Savage's gift for bracing, timeless song craft and prowess as a philosopher reaches a new zenith with Bermuda Waterfall, which presents 12 tightly written pop songs packed with rich musical depths and devastating emotional gravity.
The album offers listeners the opportunity to observe the fascinating evolution of a truly one-of-a-kind artist and confident expansion of his musical palette. 'Darkness' and 'The Rat' see cinematic piano imbued with chilling honesty. 'Heartless' and 'Hands Dance' are carried by Spanish guitars and wouldn't feel out of place in an out of place John Hughes film, albeit a decidedly unusual one. Elsewhere, 'Empire' and 'Some Things Never Die' see Savage's lush signature harmonies hover longingly over new romanticist soul.
Sean Nicholas Savage will be touring North America throughout March, dates below:
March 1st | Boston MA | Whitehaus
March 2nd | Brooklyn NY | Signal Gallery
March 3rd | Durham NC | Duke Coffeehouse
March 5th | Baltimore MD | The Crown
March 6th | Charlottesville VA | Twisted BranchMarch 7th | Atlanta GA | Mammal Gallery
March 8th | Savannah GA | Savannah Stopover
March 9th | Athens GA | Secret Squirrel
March 10th | Tallahassee FL | The Mansion
March 12th | Austin TX | Remedy (Strange Victory Touring Showcase) - 8PM
March 13th | Austin TX | Headhunters (Mint Records Party)
March 13th | Austin TX | Maggie Mae (M For Montreal Party) - 10PM
March 14th | Austin TX | Burger Records Pool Party -3PM
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