Ghost of Your Charms

by New Country Rehab

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"Ghost of Your Charms" explores the timeless themes of love, loss, death and tough choices through its eleven tracks, nine of which are originals. Recorded in Toronto and guided by producer Chris Stringer (Timber Timbre, Ohbijou), the new album shows off their unconventional instrumentation: frontman and lead singer John Showman drives the band as a dynamic and accomplished fiddle player; guitarist "Champagne" James Robertson is a sonic architect with a National guitar and a raft of pedals used to astonishing effect; drummer and groove-setter Roman Tome sets up a hybrid kit including a sawblade cymbal and goat hooves for shakers, along with many other surprises; and, freewheeling bassist Ben Whiteley plays an acoustic double bass, energising the band and audience alike with joyful abandon.

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released March 5, 2013



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New Country Rehab Toronto, Ontario

Toronto-based New Country Rehab (NCR)’s mandate from their inception in 2009 has been to rethink country music, taking a jackhammer to today’s country radio sounds, and giving the old country tradition new life. Reclaiming country, by bringing it back to its roots, then ripping out the root system altogether. ... more

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Track Name: Home to You
As a bird dips her wings in the water I feel the cool on my skin
And I long for yours next to mine, yes, I can feel you in the wind
And I can feel you in the heat
And the smell of spring on a distant street
And every star that cries and each sunrise and every time I close my eyes
Brings me home to you

Though I know I let you go a hundred times still you never choose to leave
Like a bird dip your wings in the water and come circling back to me
And I can feel you in a song
And in my heart youʼre right here singing along
And the feeling stays when the fiddle plays and even though youʼre miles away
It brings me home to you