Earlier this year, Groenland announced via social media that they are taking an indefinite break at the end of 2017. We’re ready to take on new adventures! We’ll be in touch, wrote the Montreal-based band. The group recently performed their last shows, and its founding members, Sabrina Halde and Jean-Vivier Lévesque, will focus on new projects over the next few months.
To close this chapter, they now offer two previously unreleased tracks to their fans. The b-sides include a French version of Cabin, one of the tracks from their sophomore effort A Wider Space, and Propaganda, a song from the recording sessions of that same album. Both songs are available on all digital platforms.
Released in September 2016 via Bonsound, A Wider Space is a personal album that bears witness to the darker sides of adventure and the flip side of touring. Guided by Sabrina’s powerful vocals and punctuated by exuberant orchestral arrangements, these ten songs daringly mix electro and organic elements. Since releasing their debut album The Chase in 2013, Groenland has charmed audiences everywhere with its orchestral indie pop, touring in Germany, France, Netherlands, UK and across Canada.