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East to West

by The Belleregards

It's the next step in our song writing. Creating this EP was about chasing what the song needed and having fun while doing it. It's a little journey that has tales of travel, searching, and doing what you have to do to get by.
Genre: Folk: Alternative Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bye to My Baby
2:04 $0.99
2. Promised Land
4:36 $0.99
3. Honey and Me
2:56 $0.99
4. Rosaline
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5. Stay
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Album Notes
The BelleRegards are a Canadian folk group based on the songwriting and complementing voices of Matthew Kingsley, from Lennoxville, Quebec and Melanie Hilmi, from Belleville, Ontario.

The BelleRegards began in 2012 when a passion for music brought Matt, Mel, David Poulin and Mitchell Thomson to Toronto to study audio production. Soon the four were jamming in Matt's living room and by the end of the year the band had launched a self-produced EP, "One Word".

Throughout 2013 they produced their first full-length album, "Nothing to Lose", which was released in March of 2014. The album was recorded in a sprawling house along the Moira River, capturing the organic feeling of open space and old wood, and showcasing Matt and Mel's vocals with plenty of trad fiddle hooks by Dave and both bowed and slap bass by Mitch.

The band chose to get out of the city once again to record their third album, "Jameson Lake." Released Sept 1st 2016, the LP maintained their blend of small-town tales and urban struggle, this time adding a full-moon, wind chimes, and lots of gang vocals.

Having recently recorded a fourth album "East to West", the BelleRegards' sound has evolved from a lively four-piece act to a more intimate duo, maintaining their upbeat energy and Canadiana folk style but exploring a more grounded country-blues undertone. This recording used studios in Belleville, Vancouver and Montreal to capture the new recordings and had Howard Bilerman jump onboard to mix the record.



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