Sarah Harmer - All of Our Names
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Sarah Harmer - All of Our NamesWith intimate, observational lyrics and falsetto-laced vocals, Kingston, Ont.’s Sarah Harmer is already one of the world’s best singer-songwriters. Harmer’s second album is every bit as assured as her debut, mixing infectious numbers like the moonlit “Silver Road” with such darker songs as “Greeting Card Aisle.” The pulsing “Almost” seems to channel the Tragically Hip, while the dreamy “Dandelions in Bullet Holes” is a joyous masterpiece—more uplifting humanist hymn than meaningful anti-war anthem.



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