All The Hours I Have Left To Tell You Anything, hailed by Rootstime Belgium as “one of the greatest talents of our era”, is a record about strength, identity, death, the breakdown of relationships, birth, and the ghosts we honour and carry throughout. It is Sarah MacDougall’s fourth record, written in the midst of the death of her grandparents, the birth of her niece, and a break up.
The nine songs are influenced by the vastness of the Yukon landscape and the dark beauty of Scandinavia. All The Hours I Have Left To Tell You Anything was produced, recorded and mixed by Montreal-based Marcus Paquin (Stars, The Barr Brothers, Timbre Timbre, Arcade Fire, The National), with additional production and recording by Rich Jaques (Lisa Loeb), Nygel Asselin (Half Moon Run), and Bill Lefler (Royal Wood).
Catch her at the Rotary Centre in late January.