“I keep on repeating all the last things you said.”
If my days were spent galavanting back and forth between the great Northern cities of Toronto and Montreal, I’m sure I’d have some great stories to tell. Canada’s The Wooden Sky, who release their first full length on August 25th, are some such storytellers. “The 13-track LP sweeps through countless rock and roll subgenres,” reads the band’s promo e-mail. Essentially, it has all the makings of a classic rock and roll record and comes complete with a heaping helping of alt-country and folk undertones. The band will be touring, starting in late September, through most of October in support of If I Don’t Come Home, You’ll Know I’m Gone.