Published Sep 16, 2010In 2007, Canadian folk pop traveler Jeremy Fisher released his third album Goodbye Blue Monday. Now, the road-ready rocker is planning his next record along with a Canadian tour this fall.
The new disc is called Flood and was produced with the help of Hawksley Workman. According to a press release, "Flood finds Fisher exploring more ornate arrangements, with his acoustic pop songs fleshed out by a diverse array of instruments." Fisher expands on this notion, explaining that he and his producer "mixed in mandolins, tenor guitars, open-tuned 12 strings, piano, timpani, a huge concert bass drum â all acoustic sounds piled on top of each other to create a sort of symphony that could swell in and out of the rhythm section."
Flood will be released on October 26 via Aquarius Records. It will be followed by a Canadian tour in November that includes stops in BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.
11/17 Vancouver, BC - St. James Hall
11/18 Kelowna, BC - Habitat
11/19 Edmonton, AB - Starlite
11/20 Calgary, AB - The Gateway
11/21 Regina, SK - The Exchange
11/23 Winnipeg, MB - WECC
11/24 Thunder Bay, ON - Jacks
11/25 Sault Ste Marie, ON - Lop Lops
11/30 Peterborough, ON - Red Dog Tavern
12/2 Montreal, QC - Sala Rossa
12/3 Ottawa, ON - Zaphod's
12/4 Toronto, ON - Mod Club