Toronto-based artist Jeremie Albino has made his return with a video for his new single “The Night Was Young.” The track comes from his freshly announced EP, Past Dawn, out April 1st via Good People Record co.
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“The Night Was Young” is an anthemic road song, and like the rest of the EP, it was produced by Shovels & Rope’s Michael Trent.
“I wrote this one about the story of how my partner and I met in a somewhat true, somewhat dramatised version… Just a fun ruckus of a song about how nothing good happens after 2 am,” Albino explains.
Watch the video for “The Night Was Young” below.
The forthcoming EP follows Albino and Cat Clyde’s collaborative album, Blue Blue Blue. On Past Dawn, Albino again finds a unique balance of Americana, folk, and country. Created amidst the constraints of the pandemic, Albino explored new sounds and sonic territory, the beginning of which you can hear on “The Night Was Young.”
“I couldn’t get in a room with anybody and rehearsals with the band kept getting pushed back,” Albino explains of Past Dawn. “In February of 2020 I had been on tour with [award-winning duo] Shovels & Rope and I knew Michael Trent produced his own records. I’ve been a fan of theirs for a long time. It just made sense to reach out and see if he was down to work on something from abroad.”
Check out the tracklist for Past Dawn below.
Past Dawn Tracklist:
01 – “Acres of Land”
02 – “Buck”
03 – “Past Dawn”
04 – “The Night Was Young”
05 – “Rollin'”
06 – “Lola”
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