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THE RURAL ALBERTA ADVANTAGE
Mariel Buckley

The Rise & The Fall is the fifth studio album from award winning, charged folk-rock trio The Rural Alberta Advantage. It is the first album featuring the return of original band member, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Amy Cole alongside Paul Banwatt (drums) and Nils Edenloff (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard).

The Rise & The Fall is the product of the band's navigating the pandemic and its aftermath: songwriting over Zoom meetings, collaborating on demos online, distanced rehearsals in borrowed warehouses, and never giving up on the hope that the day would finally come when the band could share new music on stage together again. Along with a few smaller tour runs in 2022, the band returned to the studio with Gavin Gardiner (Born Ruffians, The Wooden Sky, Evening Hymns). Piece by piece, they built The Rise, and are now excited to complete this chapter with the full-length culmination of this journey, The Rise & The Fall. The lead single from the 13-song collection, "Conductors," is a rousing track dedicated to the universal question of why we run from the things we love.

The Rise & The Fall is 13 tracks, including songs from the band's 2022 EP The Rise, as well as seven new songs, including the dreamy soundscapes of "Real Life," synth-y singalongs of "Our Youth" and a live-off-the floor, one take recording of the heartfelt "FSHG."

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The Rural Alberta Advantage has explored themes ranging from hometowns lost and found to tragic Alberta disasters. Some won awards, some were critics' darlings but all of them showed a frank and forthright style of songwriting that has continued to leave its mark and grab fans around the world. Years of touring have filled rooms with a sound far beyond what any music fan would initially expect from a trio, until they witness Paul's incomparable drumming style live and the number of parts Amy can play at any one time alongside Nils' cathartic vocals.

As they've done on previous albums, the band will play a series of intimate shows in some of their favourite clubs and towns across North America this spring to perform and re-form the new songs they've been working on (in addition to catalogue classics). Expect new music shortly.

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Unapologetically genuine, wry, and soft-hearted - Mariel Buckley has planted her flag firmly as a songwriter who's in it for the long haul. She aims to find herself squarely on the fringes and exactly where she belongs: singing and writing songs for the underdog.

https://www.marielbuckley.com/
THE RURAL ALBERTA ADVANTAGE
Mariel Buckley

The Rise & The Fall is the fifth studio album from award winning, charged folk-rock trio The Rural Alberta Advantage. It is the first album featuring the return of original band member, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist, Amy Cole alongside Paul Banwatt (drums) and Nils Edenloff (lead vocals, guitar, keyboard).

The Rise & The Fall is the product of the band's navigating the pandemic and its aftermath: songwriting over Zoom meetings, collaborating on demos online, distanced rehearsals in borrowed warehouses, and never giving up on the hope that the day would finally come when the band could share new music on stage together again. Along with a few smaller tour runs in 2022, the band returned to the studio with Gavin Gardiner (Born Ruffians, The Wooden Sky, Evening Hymns). Piece by piece, they built The Rise, and are now excited to complete this chapter with the full-length culmination of this journey, The Rise & The Fall. The lead single from the 13-song collection, "Conductors," is a rousing track dedicated to the universal question of why we run from the things we love.

The Rise & The Fall is 13 tracks, including songs from the band's 2022 EP The Rise, as well as seven new songs, including the dreamy soundscapes of "Real Life," synth-y singalongs of "Our Youth" and a live-off-the floor, one take recording of the heartfelt "FSHG."

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The Rural Alberta Advantage has explored themes ranging from hometowns lost and found to tragic Alberta disasters. Some won awards, some were critics' darlings but all of them showed a frank and forthright style of songwriting that has continued to leave its mark and grab fans around the world. Years of touring have filled rooms with a sound far beyond what any music fan would initially expect from a trio, until they witness Paul's incomparable drumming style live and the number of parts Amy can play at any one time alongside Nils' cathartic vocals.

As they've done on previous albums, the band will play a series of intimate shows in some of their favourite clubs and towns across North America this spring to perform and re-form the new songs they've been working on (in addition to catalogue classics). Expect new music shortly.

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Unapologetically genuine, wry, and soft-hearted - Mariel Buckley has planted her flag firmly as a songwriter who's in it for the long haul. She aims to find herself squarely on the fringes and exactly where she belongs: singing and writing songs for the underdog.

https://www.marielbuckley.com/
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