We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of The Night Watch’s new song “Boundaries,” the title track from the band’s upcoming album, officially being released tomorrow (July 15th).

“After two years of hard work composing, arranging and recording this beast, we are thrilled to finally share ‘Boundaries’ with the world. Myself and my brothers in The Night Watch really pushed ourselves to create a dynamic piece of instrumental music that is epic and enjoyable, intricate and intimate, progressive without pretension. I’m still amazed we were able to find our way through this labyrinth and couldn’t be happier with the result. We are excited to share this album with the world and hope curious listeners will enjoy the journey…” – Nathanael Larochette

Purchase Boundaries here.

Two years in the making, The Night Watch unleashes their second album, Boundaries, a single thirty-six-minute piece of dynamic sound. Shifting seamlessly from intricate technicality to soaring atmospheres, crushing heaviness to delicate melancholy, this fluid composition never loses itself within the landscapes it explores. The Night Watch are storytellers through sound and Boundaries is a powerful exploration of just how emotional instrumental music can be.

The Canadian progressive instrumental quartet features guitarist Nathanael Larochette and violinist Evan Runge of Musk Ox. Since releasing its acclaimed 2013 self-titled debut, The Night Watch has proven themselves a creative and evolving musical force, allowing genres to act as mere sign posts on their sonic journeys. Having performed alongside progressive titans such as Unexpect, Leprous, and Trioscapes, The Night Watch continues to carve their own ever-shifting space in the world of forward reaching music. Whether you choose to head-bang, meditate, mosh, or groove, let The Night Watch paint with sound while your ears take in the view.

Upcoming Shows:
August 5 – The Black Sheep Inn – Wakefield, QC w/ Places Erupt, The Visit
September 15 – House Of Targ – Ottawa, ON w/ The Dread Crew of Oddwood, Wilderun


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