Having grown up in small-town Ontario, Camille Delean moved through numerous cities before landing in London, where she met Ben Walker pub. The pair would spend the next two years playing together, before beginning work on a record at Hackney’s Urchin Studios. After an abrupt relocation to Montreal, Delean met Michael Feuerstack (Snailhouse, Bell Orchestre, the Luyas), with whom she resumed work on the UK recordings. He would co-produce the remaining sessions, playing numerous instruments himself and enlisting pianist Mathieu Charbonneau (Timber Timbre, Avec Pas d’Casque) and violinist Joshua Zubot. The record features musicians from both sides of the Atlantic who have never met, but a clear and unwavering vision lends it cohesion. Together they create a three-dimensional sound, floating from intimate textures to open air, a distant horizon. Restrained rhythms, ankle-deep piano, weaving guitars. Wind-riding vocals navigate, pedal steel and violin hover. A reverie of gathered sounds and geography.