Too Soon Monsoon Releases New Album May 3

Too Soon Monsoon Releases New Album May 3

Release Parties in Saskatoon & Regina with Tour to Follow

by Too Soon Monsoon

April 29, 2019 in Artist News

Saskatoon alternative-pop band Too Soon Monsoon(TSM) is releasing their debut album, "Waves: We Provide What We Absorb, We Absorb What We Provide" on Friday, May 3. The album is influenced by the South Saskatchewan River flowing through their home in Saskatoon. "Waves" carries the listener on an emotional journey along with the band while speaking to universal themes like interconnectedness, growing up, love, loss and slowing down to appreciate and reconnect with nature, art and spirit. The album is produced, mixed and engineered by The Ghost of Adam J (Adam Grant) and mastered by Case Mastering (Trevor Case). The recording of this album was made possible with financial support from Creative Saskatchewan's Sound Recording Grant Program. 

TSM initially formed as a duo near the end of 2016 and released two EPs, performed at Breakout West, Sasktel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, Winterruption, Ness Creek Music Festival, Big Winter Classic and opened for PVRIS, Mo Kenney, Wide Mouth Mason, Yes We Mystic and Scenic Route to Alaska. Near the end of 2018, the piano/drum duo introduced new band member, guitarist Declan Hills, and began 2019 with a new energy and sound. Experience the new album live at Too Soon Monsoon's upcoming album release shows - check for details and ticket links below. 

Album links:
Google Play

Official Site: 

Fri May 3: Saskatoon at Capitol Music Club w/ Eekwol & T-Rhyme, Saul Chabot and S'Moore
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Sat May 4: Regina at The Club in The Exchange w/ Dead Levee and Dagan Harding Band
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The band will continue into May and June playing shows across Alberta in support of the new album:

Fri May 10: Calgary at Broken City w/ Friends of Foes, Yvette, At Mission Dolores
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Sat May 11: Banff at The Storm Cellar
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Fri May 31: Edmonton at Station on Jasper
Fri Jun 7: Lethbridge at The Slice
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Fri Jun 8: Red Deer at Bo's Bar and Stage
event page and tickets 

Watch Too Soon Monsoon's latest music video for album track 'Point of It All' here

Waves: We Provide What We Absorb, We Absorb What We Provide (May 3, 2019)
1. Ocean
2. Mountains of Blue
3. Strange Age
4. Stay Golden
5. Point of It All
6. Teal Mirror
7. Growing Up
8. Change
9. Better
10. The Walls (Pt. 1)
11. The Walls (Pt. 2)
12. The Walls (Pt. 3)
13. Cycle of Conflict (feat. Eekwol)
14. Energy in Motion