Tributes for The Sadies’ Dallas Good have been rolling in since the beloved singer-guitarist passed away late last week. Among the tributes, Arcade Fire member Richard Reed Parry announced that he worked as a co-producer on what will stand as the band’s final studio album.
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In an Instagram post, Parry said that the album will arrive in the spring of 2022.
I truly cannot believe the news. Dallas Good was one of my dearest friends in the entire universe. An utterly unique soul without parallel, timeless musical powerhouse, style icon, consummate gentleman, the perfect house guest and a brilliant musician who spread his talents and abilities as far and wide as his long arms could reach. Myself and Pietro Amato spent a whole lot of joyful time with Dallas and the Sadies over the last year and a half, recording and producing their last record – which is coming out this spring.
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Dallas Good co-fronted the Sadies with his brother, Travis. The Sadies was formed in the mid-’90s and cemented themselves at the forefront of Canadian music. Their debut album, Precious Moments, was released in 1998, and their most recent album, Northern Passages, came out in 2017. Good was also a member of Canadian supergroup the Unintended.
The Sadies shared a Richard Reed Parry-produced single, “Message to Belial,” last month.