Hear the Week's Best New Canadian Music: Charlotte Day Wilson, the Tragically Hip, the Halluci Nation
Published May 21, 2021The Victoria Day long weekend is finally upon us! What better way to celebrate an extra day off (and… sovereignty?) than plenty of sparkling new CanCon cuts?
As always, this week's playlist has all the greatest new songs of the Great White North. Hear the return of the Tragically Hip on 1990 leftovers from the Road Apples era, as well the latest from fellow Kingstonites the Glorious Sons and a new one by Alanis Morrisette. Leading hotly-anticipated album drops, there's new singles from Charlotte Day Wilson, the Halluci Nation (formerly A Tribe Called Red) and Kirty of Fast Romantics.
Our roundup of covers includes Jenn Grant's take on Blue Rodeo, Mike Edel's best Bob Dylan impression, Elliott BROOD's version of a Del Shannon hit from the '60s and ART d'ECCO's rendition of "That's Entertainment" by the Jam.
We also have highlights from new records by l i l a, Kelly McMicheal, Yoo Doo Right, PACKS and more.
Dig into the latest gems on The Eh! List below, presented by Mary Brown's Chicken & Taters — all Canadian and proud of it!