Hidden Roots Collective, Northern Ontario singer-songwriters Annie Sumi, Holly Cunningham, Brigitte Lebel, and Rose-Erin Stokes, will release their debut album, ‘Come Up, Honey,’ September 1, 2016. The album release tour kicks off in North Bay, ON September 1 at the Davedi Club, followed by shows in Kitchener, Hamilton, Toronto, Wakefield QC and more, see full schedule below.
"'Come Up, Honey' is a testament to the possibilities that arise when we come together. It intertwines four, unique perspectives on love, self-discovery, and the beauty of life in the North. The lead single, Jump Right In, is a playful take on the hesitations of new love."
The album is available for pre-order via Hidden Roots Collective website or bandcamp.
'Come Up, Honey' Track Listings (Title, Track Time, Writer)
- Shelter (4:31) - Rose-Erin Stokes
- Jump Right In (3:29) - Holly Cunningham
- Seed to Sky (3:07) - Annie Sumi
- So Much More (4:27) - Brigitte Lebel
- Wicked Game (3:47) - Chris Issak
- Stars (3:35) - Holly Cunningham
- Let You Go (2:51) - Rose-Erin Stokes
- Like You Do (4:19) - Brigitte Lebel
- Somebody (5:36) - Annie Sumi
8 songs written, arranged, and recorded by Hidden Roots Collective
MAPL: 100% CanCon
Produced by Ben Leggett in North Bay, Ontario
Recorded at Warbler's Roost in South River, Ontario
HIDDEN ROOTS COLLECTIVE Tour Dates:
9/1 - Davedi Club: Album Launch - North Bay, ON
9/2 - The Huron Club - Collingwood, ON
9/3 - Uncorked on Main - Georgetown, ON
9/4 - The Boathouse - Kitchener, ON
9/7 - Mulberry Cafe & Eatery - Hamilton, ON
9/8 - The Burdock - Toronto, ON
9/9 - The Moon Cafe - Mattawa, ON
9/10 - The Blacksheep - Wakefield, QC
9/15 - La Fromagerie - Sudbury, ON
9/16 - Temagami Theatre - Temagami, ON
9/17 - Elk Lake Resource Centre - Elk Lake, ON
9/18 - House Concert - Cobalt, ON
About Hidden Roots Collective:
From humble beginnings as a singer-songwriter circle, four Northern Ontario musicians come together to embark on a journey driven by an undeniable musical connection.
With swirling harmonies, as tall as the pines of their hometown, Hidden Roots Collective creates an immersive listening experience. Their thoughtful arrangements and unique, vocal stylings have captivated listeners across Canada.
Exploring genres of folk, jazz, and alternative ethereal, there is an audience for every track on their debut-album, 'Come Up, Honey'. Covering themes of love, loss and self-discovery, the album intertwines the lives and narratives of four women: Annie Sumi, Holly Cunningham, Brigitte Lebel, and Rose-Erin Stokes.
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