1971 – Anxiety (In the Depths Of Northwestern Ontario) | Music Video
In honour of Cameron Glen Cranston who was the bassist and founder member of 1971, who died earlier this year at the age of only 25, the group has taken the decision not to continue without him being there. Therefore, they have shared their last existing recorded singles with Cameron. This consist of two demos they recorded for a grant which they received, plus one of Cameron’s own tracks.
“Anxiety (In the Depths of Northwestern Ontario)” is a song that was written for Cameron in 2016 while he was still alive. The band says that they are happy to have the single, even when it can be difficult to listen to it occasionally.
The band will be sharing the song mentioned above, along with two others, via a new EP titled No Matter Where You Go, There You Are, which will be released on cassette plus 7” vinyl through Art of the Uncarved Block on December 1.
The band’s aim with their upcoming release is to touch people who may have experienced something like what 1971 have been through. Watch the visuals for “Anxiety (In the Depths of Northwestern Ontario)” in honour of Cameron Glen Cranston and his music here.
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