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Stumbling Distance

by Nick Faye & the Deputies

STUMBLING DISTANCE is a concept album that details a youthful summer romance in the summer following graduation in a small town on the Canadian Prairies.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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3. Told You
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4. Get This Right
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5. Hold Me Back
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6. Sad Eyes
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nostalgic and familiar, Nick Faye and The Deputies play a brand of late-90’s inspired pop-rock drenched in Canadiana. The band consistently delivers high energy live performances and has become renown for their comedic and outlandish stage banter. They are set to release their third studio full-length, Stumbling Distance on April 17, 2018.

In recent years, Nick Faye & The Deputies has toured alongside rising Canadian stars Megan Nash and Colter Wall. They have also performed with Andy Shauf, Arkells, July Talk, Elliot Brood, Library Voices, and Northcote and have appeared at a number of high profile festivals including Regina Folk Festival, BreakOut West, FOCUS Wales, Folk Alliance International, CMW, NXNE, and JunoFest.

STUMBLING DISTANCE is a concept album that details a youthful summer romance in the summer following graduation in a small town on the Canadian Prairies. It explores the dynamic between “those who stay” to work and live in the rural communities that they grew up in and “those who leave” to seek out new career and education opportunities in bigger cities. The album art was designed by Michael Dawson (member of Library Voices)

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