Decade Of Sleep - "Way Of The World/With A Little Help"
John Landry - Changing Man - Official Video
Decade Of Sleep in the Arctic - SOLD OUT
Over the Victoria Day long weekend this year Decade of Sleep were welcomed to Iqaluit Nunavut. We had the unique opportunity to go and visit my old home and where my parents still live as well as explore the bustling capital city of Nunavut (as shown in the pic). My former employer, First Air, as well as The local Royal Canadian Legion and Elks Lodge were kind enough to host two huge events that had us playing and partying long after the sun came up. It was a great feeling to be able to show my bandmates a place that I still hold very dear and that shaped who I am so much.
John Landry"Changing Man" is the new single off the new record from Canadian Country Icon, JOHN LANDRY. If you haven't heard the track yet, click on the iTunes link below to check it out:
Decade Of SleepWith the release of their self-titled full-length debut, Toronto band Decade of Sleep builds on the energy of their EP Morning Sun with harder, more mature songs about life, love and everything that gets in the way. Engineered by Denis Tougas and mixed by John “Beetle” Bailey, the Juno award-winners capture the energy and sound of Decade’s live performance while highlighting the subtleties hidden within the songs. From the rousing opening track Sympathy to the closing ballad Way of the World the eponymous release abounds with hand claps, harmonies, and its fair share of heartbreaks and hardships. A throwback to the rock and roll heyday of the seventies but with its sing-along choruses and danceable beats, this album is anything but backward thinking. It’s the result of two hard years of touring and writing but effortlessly shows off how well the band understands the subtle craft of song writing.
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John Landry has a new albumJohn Landry's unmistakable voice combined with his intelligent songwriting abilities create one memorable hit after another.
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