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Premiere: Owen Meany’s Batting Stance’s ‘Winter Wednesdays’ Seperates Church And State And The Weatherman

Winter is upon us, and if our recent “weather bomb” cyclone has shown us anything, it’s that our winter experiences may vary. Weather gets hyped and sensationalized almost as much as the news these days, and how much we buy into it can effect how we prepare for it. As Owen Meany’s Batting Stance’s Daniel Walker points out in his video for ‘Winter, Wednesdays’, that sometimes things hit a point where you just need to ride it out.  Continue reading Premiere: Owen Meany’s Batting Stance’s ‘Winter Wednesdays’ Seperates Church And State And The Weatherman

New Music: Owen Meany’s Batting Stance

Owen Meany’s Batting Stance, Halifax’s self-described literary folk outfit and project of ‘Daniel Walker and his friends’, have released a self-titled debut, with enough heft to secure them as the Maritimes’ newest musical darlings. Clever, catchy, and charming, Owen Meany’s Batting Stance features an excellent partnership of brilliant lyricism and a three-part combination of acoustic guitar, drums and bass with the occasional contribution of the keyboard. Continue reading New Music: Owen Meany’s Batting Stance