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Slumping in Your Murals (Forward)

Although this is Share's third album, in some ways it's the first as a band. Originally intended as a musical and experimental outlet for guitarist/vocalist Andrew Sisk, Share has settled nicely into its place as a roots pop band with a cohesive mature sound. Produced by Dan Ledwell in a PEI cabin, the fresh air and rural atmosphere has infused the album with a haunting, life-slowed-down ambiance. Pedestrian boasted a quirky, lovely electro duet with Catherine MacLellan; this time around, a quietly intimate, almost sad, pairing with Jenn Grant on "Maybe Always." Songs like "Horse and Rider" and "Awake at Dawn" are cautionary tales, but "Penmanship" soars like a classic-in-the-making ballad.


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