Matthew Good Kicks Off Tour Next Month
Lights Of Endangered Species takes Good in an unfamiliar direction, displaying arrangements that are a distinct departure from the likes of Born Losers and Last Parade. Stark and passionate best describe Good's latest effort and despite its differences from the Matthew Good familiar to us, the record still sits comfortably with his devoted followers.
Purposefully taking the album to a new place was a conscious decision that Good and producer, Warne Livesey, made when creating Lights Of Endangered Species. Recorded near his home in Port Coquitlam, B.C., the record's nine tracks are an exhilarating example of Good's growth as an artist, showcasing unique phrasing and instrumentation that is perhaps new to his fans. This is best displayed on tracks like the piano-driven "Non Populus," running over eight minutes long, anchored by the phrase "done something different."
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