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Thursday, October 24, 2019

Patrick Watson - "Here Comes The River" [Pop]

Here Comes The River

"Here Comes The River" music video by Patrick Watson
Added: 24-10-2019
Genre : Pop
Description : Patrick Watson - Here Comes The River (Official Video)

Patrick Watson - "Here Comes The River", taken from the new album, 'Wave', out now

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Directed by Arizona O’Neill
Director of Photography: Bea Scharf-Pierzchala
Hair and Make-up: Miles Petrella


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A singer/songwriter, film composer, and pianist based in Montreal, Canada, Patrick Watson makes explorative chamber pop with his band -- also called Patrick Watson -- often blending spare indie pop, synthesizer experiments, cinematic orchestral song, and a melancholy tone. The group's second album, 2006's Close to Paradise, won the Polaris Prize. After composing music for several short films, Watson made his feature-length debut with It's Not Me, I Swear! in 2008. Released in 2015, Love Songs for Robots became his band's fourth straight album to reach Canada's Top Ten.

In the meantime, Watson continued to compose music for shorts, documentaries, and theatrical features. His score for the 2016 thriller The 9th Life of Louis Drax saw release by Varèse Sarabande that September. In 2017, he returned with the stand-alone single "Broken," which found its way onto several TV series, including Grey's Anatomy and The Good Doctor. He also contributed to Tower of Songs, a tribute concert to Leonard Cohen in Montreal that also included Elvis Costello, Philip Glass, and Lana Del Rey, among others. In mid-2018, he issued another single, "Melody Noir," before following up with the French song "Mélancholie" featuring Quebecois singer Safia Nolin. It was issued by Secret City Records in conjunction with the start of a European tour. In 2019 Watson issued the inward-looking studio LP -- his sixth full-length effort -- Wave.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Patrick Watson

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