The Rural Alberta Advantage — Nils Edenloff, Paul Banwatt and Robin Hatch — are excited to share “Toughen Up,” the latest single from their new album The Wild, due October 13 via Saddle Creek (with Paper Bag Records releasing the record in Canada, Europe and the UK).
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The Rural Alberta Advantage — Nils Edenloff, Paul Banwatt and Robin Hatch — are thrilled to announce their new album The Wild, due October 13 via Saddle Creek (with Paper Bag Records releasing the record in Canada, Europe and the UK). To ring in the announcement, the group has shared the stunning hand-painted video for the album’s first single “Brother”.
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Long-running Toronto indie-folk trio The Rural Alberta Advantage is proud to share a new track titled “Beacon Hill,” which is about the wildfires that led to a total evacuation of RAA singer/guitarist Nils Edenloff’s onetime home of Fort McMurray, AB earlier this year. The group has been touring recently with a set of small road-testing shows, previewing new material for a full-length coming later this year via Saddle Creek (U.S.) / Paper Bag Records (Canada) in the way they love best.
Here’s the 2nd single from the latest album from The Rural Alberta Advantage. Check out “On the Rocks” off Mended With Gold. “One of the events which inspired ‘On the Rocks’ is related to my first trip out to Newfoundland well over a decade ago,” says the band’s Nils Edenloff. “So I’m also pretty happy with the double entendre as it relates to the song. We may be the Rural Alberta Advantage, but anyone who knows northern Alberta (i.e. Fort McMurray) will understand that Newfoundland isn’t too far out of my wheelhouse.”