When We Think About Time is the first EP released by Vancouver’s own Twin River in six years while showcasing their latest single, “Walking,” with a live performance video. Twin River took a new creative direction of a guitar-driven, raw energy feel compared to the well-rounded production value of previous releases.
Singer-songwriter and guitarist Courtney Ewan writes about the importance of personal boundaries and how relationships evolve over time. Persistent affirmations like the one heard on “Walking” are found throughout When We Think About Time. It is an EP that showcases the importance of finding control and putting yourself back together again.
Ewan is joined by her longtime bandmate Andy Bishop on guitar for their latest effort while recruiting a new team of collaborators, which includes; Ladyhawk’s Ryan Peters on drums and Darcy Hancock on bass alongside Louise Burns and Yukon Blonde’s Rebecca Gray, who both provided backing vocals.
When We Think About Time is out now digitally via Light Organ Records, and physical copies will be available on September 30, 2022.
My name is Mike and I live in Southern Alberta but travel around to photograph concerts I get lucky to attend. After having my first photo published 10 years ago, I had found the excitement of concert photography and continued to pursue the passion. I have worked with many influential artists in the music industry including ones I has idolized growing up. There is no better feeling then the energy of a crowd whether it be in front of thousands of fans or a small intimate show and being able to capture that energy to share on to fans who were unable to attend. When I am not enjoying a concert, I am usually relaxing at home with a glass of whiskey and enjoying some great company.