The jangly, hooky roots rock of the Stephen Stanley Band’s first album, Jimmy & The Moon, will sound familiar to fans of Lowest of the Low, who for decades have heard Stanley’s guitar motifs embellishing the band’s classic songs. Stanley left the veteran Toronto indie band nearly five years ago.
“It became apparent there wasn’t a place for my songwriting in the band,” he says. But nonetheless a theme reminiscent of the Low emerged during the recording of the album: namely, Toronto’s changing landscape.
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The Stephen Stanley Band head to Wolfe Island to reflect on Toronto