Ever since I was a little kid, I dreamed of putting out a record. Releasing the Detroit and Dark EPs was an incredible experience, but today I am proud to say that I have finally put out a full length album. None of this would have been possible on my own. I owe an enormous amount of gratitude to all those who supported the album financially, especially William Sikkema and Adanac Roofing & Gutters.
I worked for Adanac for a few years during my time in and out of university and owe much to them for their contribution to my life and also the creation of this record.
I also owe a huge thanks to Andy Park who mixed and produced the record, Ed Brooks for mastering, Erik Walters for playing bass, Sean Lane for drums and percussion, Abby Gundersen for violin and cello, and Kassia Edwardsfor connecting me with Andy.
Of course, none of this would be possible without the many music teachers I have had along the way including my father, Sandy Chamberlain (Thornton), my uncle, Andrew Gerlicher, my choir teacher, and the other professors and teachers I had in university.
Last but not least, I owe everything to the folks who fed me, raised me, loved me, and kept a roof over my head. Love you mom and dad.
This album is dedicated to those from my life who are no longer with us.