Landon A.R. Coleman’s first full-length, “Single Life” is finally available for pre-order. Two early singles are provided with the purchase. These songs hint at a far-reaching, fully-realized record. “The Weekend Times” is a lament to a girl, a bar. A displaced road story, an unnamed location. “Montreal, You Never Call” places two thumbtacks on a map of Canada – Edmonton and Montreal – and ties a string between them before testing its tension with absolute precision. These are tales of the travelling Canadian. They struggle with distance, sights, shared experience, obligation. And, most of all, with the realization that after the roads are all behind you, you have to choose where to stay, and accept the consequences of that decision.
Enjoy these two songs. Pre-order the record. This one is going to be something special.