About The Once · St. John's, Newfoundland
Over the course of the last decade The Once have writ and knit themselves into Newfoundland's storied history of stunning songwriters, poets and players. On their fourth studio album, the band stays true to the root strength of their harmony driven sound, while extending the borders into fresh yet familiar territory. They craft a sonically understated, but emotionally fulsome sound that that stuns listeners with what Amelia Curran calls "perfect vocal harmonies, thick enough to stand on." Geraldine Hollett's voice is a large part of the band's ethereal sound, beautifully sitting between the rhythmic and supportive voices of Phil Churchill and Andrew Dale, and their lush soundscapes.