The second album by City and Colour, Bring Me Your Love, was released in 2008- ten years to the day.
The sophomore effort from Alexisonfire guitarist/vocalist Dallas Green debuted at number 11 on Billboard’s Heatseekers chart.
The songs are noted to be more folk-oriented than Green’s debut album Sometimes, implementing banjo, mandolin, harmonica and drums. The late Gord Downie of the Tragically Hip made an appearance on the album’s second single “Sleeping Sickness.”
The album is named after a short story by Charles Bukowski of the same name. The title is sung during the album’s closing track “As Much as I Ever Could.”
Bring Me Your Love is noted as a significant milestone in Green’s career, cementing him as one of Canada’s most noteworthy acts.
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