3 new Ontario songs you need to hear this week, Nov. 14 edition

Check out great new tracks from Falcon Jane, Danielle Fricke and Young Rival.

Check out great new tracks from Falcon Jane, Danielle Fricke and Young Rival

Check out great new tracks from Falcon Jane, Danielle Fricke and Young Rival. 6:23

It's time to take a little audio journey to London, Orangeville and Hamilton.

That's where we're hopping around to check out great new tracks from Falcon Jane, Danielle Fricke and Young Rival as part of reporter Adam Carter's weekly spot from In the Key of C on CBC Radio 1.

You can listen to Adam and host Craig Norris talk these picks in the player above, and listen to the tracks right here.

Young Rival: Bent Out of Shape

This new track from Interior Light has that same upstroke heavy, reverb-y charm we've come to expect from Young Rival.

This video doesn't have the same bombast as face-painting artist James Kuhn's viral hit video for Two Reasons, but it does feature some incredibly awkward dancing that's pretty hypnotic in its own right.

Danielle Fricke: Dizzy

London's Danielle Fricke has finally released her brand new album Moon, and it was worth the wait.

It's dark and introspective in an authentic way, and awash with textures and depth. You want to listen to this in headphones to dissect each track. 

Falcon Jane: EZ to Kill 

You'd be hard pressed to find a track that's more chilled out than this new tune from Orangeville's Falcon Jane.

EZ to Kill floats along for its entire four-minute runtime, but it's an infectious ear worm that stays with you long after.

Thanks for listening this week. You can hear Adam during In the Key of C every Saturday evening at 5 p.m. on CBC Radio. In the Key of C can be heard across the province, except for the GTA. Hamilton listeners can hear this segment in the audio player above.

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