While Toronto-based four-piece The Wilderness of Manitoba might not live in Manitoba, the group fittingly conjures up images of winter landscapes in barren surroundings and nights spent in a secluded log cabin around a fire. This imagery isn't actually too far from the truth, as the band members all reside in a fairly isolated house where they write and record their music late at night, when the house is cold and quiet. The results are acoustic folk arrangements full of layered harmonies that manage to be warm and desolate at the same time.
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