UTG PREMIERE: Cedar Boulevard – “Shorelines & Shipwrecks”

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Following the stream of “A Raven Like A Writing Desk” just two weeks ago, Toronto’s Cedar Boulevard are back with another taste of their forthcoming, self-titled EP.

The five-piece has teamed with UTG to stream “Shorelines & Shipwrecks, a groovy, riff-driven pop-punk jam that totally shreds, bringing to mind the likes of Four Year Strong, New Found Glory, Rufio and Anberlin, both musically and vocally.

In regards to the new track, the band offered: “The song ‘Shorelines & Shipwrecks’ is a track from our self-titled Cedar Boulevard EP. Lyrically, the song is about overcoming obstacles and the differences between the people who put all they have into their work and the people who just talk about it. We used nautical references as a metaphorical way to describe the things we all go through in life.”

You can stream “Shorelines & Shipwrecks” below. Be sure to be on the lookout for Cedar Boulevard’s new EP (recorded at Adelaide Recording Studios), due out Feb. 17, by following the band on Facebook and Twitter.

Cedar Boulevard have also welcomed a new member to the group:

“At the moment, we have a lot going on as we prepare for the release of our EP on February 17, which we couldn’t be more excited for. We are also very happy to officially announce the addition of our second guitarist, C.J. Marin, and we are really looking forward to getting out there and playing some shows.”

With founding members Kris Ahlquist and Luke Sharp having originally gave up everything in Australia to move to Toronto and follow their dream, it’s great to see (and hear) what has stemmed from their risks and sacrifices in the name of great tunes.

Brian Leak

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