When recording her second full-length album as Mozart's Sister, Caila Thompson-Hannant followed one guiding rule: welcome any impulse and fine-tune ideas later. In came the carefree '90s dance pop of her youth, which she harnessed into a bright, inclusive, and jubilant artistic reinvention. The songs on Field of Love offer "a prismatic electronic pop landscape with as many layers and dimensions as Thompson-Hannant's formidable vocal presence," says The Fader. The LP sees release with Arbutus Records, home to many of Montreal's finest (Braids, Blue Hawaii, Sean Nicholas Savage, TOPS and more).Coverage on music blogs Official website
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