Rain over st. ambrose
Canada: Alternative Rock Top 50 - “Broken Love” – two weeks of charting (Oct/Nov 2016)
Sirius XM The Verge’s The Grocery List – “Broken Love” – four weeks of charting (Sep/Oct 2016)
"Broken Love" charts at #11 on SiriusXM The Verge's Top 40 year-end countdown
CBC Radio 3′s R3-30 - “Broken Love” - four weeks of charting: (Aug/Sep 2016)
Notable festival/conference appearances such as Halifax Pop Explosion, NXNE, Canadian Music Week, East Coast Music Week, Nova Scotia Music Week, New Glasgow Riverfront Jubilee and Evolve.
Supported acts such as Big Sugar, Hollerado, The Stanfields, The Town Heroes, The Motorleague
Drenched in coastal haze, Still Waking Up pulsates with an urgent thunderous drive. The sophomore full-length from Rain Over St. Ambrose reverberates with anthemic sing-alongs, swampy fuzzed-out riff rock, and swirling synths. From the buzzsaw guitars of "29 Takes," to the falsetto backups on the hook-heavy "Petty Thief," to the stoner-infused breaks on "Broken Love" and "Death of a Salesman," the album is enormous in tone and uninhibited in its approach. Raw, contemplative, and feverish, Still Waking Up once again showcases the band's commitment to "honest, from-the-gut rock and roll" (The Chronicle Herald).
Produced by Tim D'Eon (Wintersleep) and recorded by Diego Medina at the Old Confidence Lodge in Riverport, NS, the album was mixed at the Castle of Doom in Scotland by Tony Doogan (Mogwai, Belle and Sebastien, Hey Rosetta!) and mastered at Sterling Audio in New York by Greg Calbi (War on Drugs, St. Vincent, Paul Simon).
"Sing-along choruses and captivating hooks...this is true Canadian music."- Exclaim!
"Honest, from-the-gut rock and roll - think the Hold Steady with a few more jagged edges." - The Chronicle Herald
"Relentless underdog heroes who serve up galvanizing swells of fist-pumping choruses full of ethos and deliver them with blistering fervour and boundless heart." - The Silver Tongue (US)
"...closer to the story-telling epics favoured by The Gaslight Anthem or The Hold Steady, minus the Springsteen obsession...This is forward-thinking rock, with edge and brains and
interesting tales." - CBC's Bob Mersereau
"High energy riffs, glorious harmonies, and likable tunes that I can't get out of my head." - Halifax Magazine