The Wilderness of Manitoba | The Tin Shop

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The Tin Shop

by The Wilderness of Manitoba

The Wilderness of Manitoba "retains its whispery intimacy and harkens back to the band’s origins, stripping away excesses and extravagances to reveal the soul of Whitwham's songwriting".
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Nothing's Ever Said
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2. Brigden Fair
4:12 $0.99
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3. Across the Dark
3:08 $0.99
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4. The Silence of Sound
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5. Wild Wind
3:39 $0.99
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6. November (The Tin Shop Version)
4:34 $0.99
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Album Notes
The Wilderness of Manitoba EP The Tin Shop includes Nothing's Ever Said which was featured three times in the Halloween episode of the NBC television series This Is Us and was added to the show's curated Spotify playlist. The song Wild Wind is going to be featured in the June 25th episode of the CBS television series Elementary. The group has released five albums and three EPs. They have toured Canada, the US, the UK and Europe and played both the End of the Road Festival and WOMAD.

“For my money, there’s not been a better chamber folk record than The Wilderness of Manitoba’s 2009 debut, Hymns of Love and Spirits. While their sound evolved and expanded on subsequent albums, founding member Will Whitwham’s voice always retained the whispery intimacy first displayed on that debut. New single, “Brigden Fair” harkens back to the band’s origins, stripping away excesses and extravagances to reveal the soul of his songwriting. The Wilderness of Manitoba are coming full circle, their new hymns of love and spirits sounding rejuvenated and renewed.” Dominionated

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