All of Our Names
It’s been over two years since her solo debut charmed everyone, and with All of Our Names Sarah Harmer has returned with nary a stutter step. Tracks like “Dandelions in Bullet Holes” and “Tether” see her dreamy voice and intimate arrangements (cello and muted horns) dance like fall leaves caught in a breeze. And “Almost” will undoubtedly become a new favourite stuck-in-your-head song. Harmer is as uniquely Canadian as the Kids in the Hall, Ron Sexsmith or Emily Carr.