New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
'Classic warm-sounding roots-rock gem' - Folk Radio
'The band's array of instruments includes just the right balance of twang and heart to make their live show one to remember' - Toronto Guardian
'They manage to deliver the energy of a jam band, but in catchy, radio-play length three-minute songs' - Exclaim
Some songs come along which seem so perfect, it makes you doubt they haven't existed forever. Atlas
of Love is the latest release from Union Duke, a band who have cemented themselves in both North America
as a band can skip effortlessly between pop, folk and country and leave fans of each enraptured.
"Atlas of Love is an ode to everyone who feels like they're the burden in their relationship. It's a song for those who haven't quite figured out the nature of their love, much less themselves."
Based in Toronto, Canada, Union Duke comprise Matt, Ethan, Jim, Will and Rob, genuine friends who take influence from the gems of their parents' record collections and injecting an extra dose of rock n roll attitude, whilst staying to the traditional roots. Five singers; five songwriters; countless reasons for them to be your new favourite band. With three albums, countless festival stages, and hundreds of thousands of kilometres in the rear-view, the band is excited to be touring new music and winning new fans everywhere they go. In the two years since their last record Golden Days, Union Duke has been steadily travelling and unravelling across the country, and they're ready to share the lessons they've learned with a slate of new music. Atlas
of Love is the third of four new songs of love, distance, heartache and revelry which will be finding their way into your ears, eyes and hearts.
Following their previous singles, Ladidadida and 1,2,3, both of which received radio play across Europe
and North America, Atlas
of Love is the latest glimpse at one of Canada's best kept musical secrets.
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