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Woodland Telegraph are a roots group who have released two critically acclaimed albums of their Canadiana Landscape Triology. The first album was based on historical stories from the Rocky Mountains and is called ‘sings Revival Hymns”. The second album was set in the prairies and touches upon the politics and beauty of the plains; it’s called “From the Fields”. The final album in the trilogy is titled “Screens” and will explore the ultra-connection/isolation of screen-culture. All of the albums in the triology are packaged in hand-sewn cardboard sleeves with an origami insert depicting moments from the album. Visit:

“Sparkling, energetic, and sometimes breath-taking acoustic arrangements underpin Matthew Lovegrove’s paens to the pleasure of rural livin’”. - PENGUIN EGGS MAGAZINE

“an inspired gaze across the vast openness that is the Midwest of Canada. Most importantly though, it’s fantastic music.”

““Remember Sufjan Stevens’ fanciful plan to write an album for each of the 50 U.S. states? This Alberta band’s “Canadian Landscape Trilogy” could be our characteristically modest equivalent. The first, Sings Revival Hymns, was devoted to the mountains. The just-released second entry concerns itself largely with farms and prairies, though those settings extend beyond geography into metaphor. ”
-John Sakamoto, -TORONTO STAR

““Using the Western Prairies as a backdrop, Matthew Lovegrove has crafted a brilliant tribute to those who have forged a life within a harsh landscape” RED DEER ADVOCATE

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