Weaves keep it 'instinctual' on their new album, Wide Open
With its first EP, Weaves gained a reputation for bringing a disruptive but infectious tension to indie rock. Then, the Toronto-based outfit's debut, self-titled album got them even more fans, critical acclaim and a shortlist nomination for this year's Polaris Music Prize.
Wide Open is the title of Weaves' second, upcoming album, and by all accounts they've taken their disruptive rock mission to a new place with lead singer Jasmyn Burke tapping into a personal side she didn't think the world was ready to hear until now.
Weaves play songs from their new album and chat about it with q host Tom Power.
Listen to Wide Open at CBC's Music's First Play here.
— Produced by Ty Callender