The Rural Alberta Advantage, Nils Edenloff, Paul Banwatt and Robin Hatch, will release their new studio album The Wild on October 13th on Paper Bag Records in Canada, United Kingdom and Europe.
“Some people might hear the song as something bleak or overly dark, but I don’t really see it that way,” says Edenloff about “Brother”. “In my mind, it’s always been more about finding comfort in change, trying to embrace the idea of an unknown outcome and how those can often bring about the most positive result that you never knew was there.”
The Rural Alberta Advantage have also announced North American tour dates which will see the band joined by Vancouver’s Yukon Blonde for two months beginning October 20th. Canadian dates include stops in Halifax, Ottawa, Vancouver, Edmonton and Toronto. Tickets are on sale now
The RAA have already released two songs from The Wild — “White Lights” and “Beacon Hill,” which was inspired by the wildfires that ravaged Edenloff’s hometown of Fort McMurray, AB last year.