With time, Robertson’s clairvoyant interior world has been nurtured; a world of melancholy, intrepid love, and uncertainty of being. Drawing on classical and experimental influences, Robertson composes and records in solitude. And from this solitude, unflinching songs emerge, forming a retrospective geography of his internal and physical spaces: a childhood living room; the woods of Birken, BC; a haunted Japantown bedroom; a Bowen Island lodge. His debut album
Death will be released October 7th on Heavy Lark.
The record release show is November 3rd at the Red Place with guests. More shows in both Canada and America will follow.