City and Colour, Bring Me Your Love, Dine Alone, Universal

Dallas Green’s solo debut Sometimes was something of an unexpected hit to man, which inevitably drove interest in its impending follow-up through the roof. While his debut album was a sparse, minimalist effort; Bring Me Your Love is still a minimalist effort at heart, however it is a much warmer, lusher sounding album. Dallas and company have fleshed out the City and Colour sound with gems arriving in the form of “The Girl”, “Sleeping Sickness” (featuring Gord Downie) and “The Death of Me”. Much like Sometimes this is an album that will wear the repeat button out on most any stereo system.

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A proud and over-caffeinated husband, father, runner and writer. I've written for the local weekly The Coast for over a decade and have since taken to creating and writing for HAFILAX for even longer. I hope you enjoy the musings of a guy who has loved music for the better part of 4 decades, and has an album of concert tickets to show for it.