TRURO – Vancouver’s Andy Bishop is set to launch his solo project, and is doing so with a performance here.
Andy Bishop is launching his first solo album under White Ash Falls on Nov. 5. The former bass player of Yukon Blonde is set to perform songs from the album, Over the Night, at the Split Crow in Truro on Nov. 4. Photo by Mandy-Lyn Antoniou
Bishop, who goes by White Ash Falls for his solo project, is releasing his sophomore album ‘Over the Night’ on Nov. 5. The former bass player for Yukon Blonde performs at the Split Crow on Nov. 4.
The album features 10 new tracks, full of lush arrangements and vocal harmonies.
Recorded in Burnaby, B.C.’s iconic Hive studio with producer Colin Stewart, Bishop waited until just a few days prior to the sessions to rehearse with his band.
"We tried to keep things on the record fresh and new," he explained in a press release. "There are a couple of songs we intentionally saved to write in the studio."
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