Two years ago, Timber Timbre's self-titled record was hailed as one of the best Canadian releases of 2009. In 2011, Taylor Kirk and company did it again with Creep On Creepin' On: another album of dark and spooky indie folk that earned the band a spot on the Polaris Prize shortlist (not to mention our little red shortlist ballot, too).
The record's first single, "Black Water", is still very possibly our favourite song on the record, six haunting minutes of music that would be perfect winter listening even if the chorus didn't cry out, "All I need is some sunshine... All I need... All I need is some sunshine..."
MP3: "Black Water" by Timber Timbre
"Black Water" was chosen by Adam Bunch, the Editor-in-Chief of the Little Red Umbrella and the creator of the Toronto Dreams Project. You can read his posts here, follow him on Twitter here, or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.