Sarah Harmer
All of Our Names
(Cold Snap)
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.
—Dave Hayden
categories: Canadian artist

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