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Slow Leaves

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Slow Leaves calls to mind a 1970s California country-folk record newly
discovered in your parent's attic. Known for his easy delivery of sincere, poetic
lyrics and lilting melodies, Slow Leaves is the project of JUNO Master Class
songwriter Grant Davidson whose songs linger in the timeless spaces where heart
and humility endure. Enough About Me is his most personal album to date, a
reflection on an ordinary life where meaning is invented and comfort is found in
the realization that there are no answers.

Enough About Me was born of the demos Davidson had recorded in his Winnipeg
basement. Joined by frequent bandmates and collaborators Jason Tait (Bahamas,
Weakerthans), Rusty Matyas (Imaginary Cities, Sheepdogs), and Julie Penner
(Broken Social Scene, Do Make Say Think), these ten songs represent a true
distillation of his influences while acknowledging, as the self-referential title
suggests, that no man (or record) is an island.

After three albums released under his own name, Davidson shifted to the moniker
Slow Leaves for the 2014 critically lauded release Beauty Is So Common. In 2015,
Slow Leaves garnered further attention for his selection in the Allan Slaight JUNO
Master Class. With Enough About Me, Slow Leaves continues to spare nothing in
creating vivid images and heartfelt connections — the culmination of where he’s
been and where he’s going.