by Kyle Mittan
Dallas Green, the Canadian soft-rock musician who's been going by the moniker of City and Colour for nearly a decade, has streamed a second song from his forthcoming record, The Hurry and the Harm.
Green announced the record last week in a Facebook message, about a week after streaming "of space and time," the first song to be released from the record. Today, in another Facebook post on the City and Colour's German Facebook page, the band released the newest song, "Thirst."
Judging by these two latest tracks, it looks like Green's upcoming album will continue down the same road that 2011's Little Hell turned down, which saw Green and his supporting band playing heavier songs, but still keeping simple, acoustic elements in a handful of tracks.
Various hints through Facebook posts have indicated that a tour for the record is imminent, so fans should keep their fingers crossed for a stop at the Marquee in Tempe. The Hurry and The Harm will drop on June 4, and an iTunes preorder will be available on April 9.