Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies

Since their formation in 1994, Toronto’s Sadies have developed, even perfected, a style of music that is uniquely their own. Possessing a deep fondness and reverence for the best of country, bluegrass and blues (CBGB!), they are equally informed and influenced by everything from 60s garage and psychedelic rock (Pebbles, Nuggets, et al) to surf instrumentals and punk rock. The quartet's newest album, Colder Streams, is their best album yet. Produced by Arcade Fire's Richard Reed Parry, the 11-song platter exhibits again why The Sadies are in a league of their own.

The Sadies

Colder Streams

Yep Roc Records
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Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies
LP+

$26.99

Ice Blue Vinyl

Released 07/22/2022Catalogue Number

LP-YEP-3021LEC

Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies
LP

$25.99

Black
Released 11/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-YEP-3021

Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies
CD

$17.99

Released 07/22/2022Catalogue Number

CD-YEP-3021

The Sadies

Colder Streams

Yep Roc Records
Album artwork for Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies by Colder Streams - The Sadies
Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies
LP+

$26.99

Ice Blue Vinyl

Released 07/22/2022Catalogue Number

LP-YEP-3021LEC

Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies
LP

$25.99

Black
Released 11/18/2022Catalogue Number

LP-YEP-3021

Album artwork for Colder Streams by The Sadies
CD

$17.99

Released 07/22/2022Catalogue Number

CD-YEP-3021

Since their formation in 1994, Toronto’s Sadies have developed, even perfected, a style of music that is uniquely their own. Possessing a deep fondness and reverence for the best of country, bluegrass and blues (CBGB!), they are equally informed and influenced by everything from 60s garage and psychedelic rock (Pebbles, Nuggets, et al) to surf instrumentals and punk rock. The quartet's newest album, Colder Streams, is their best album yet. Produced by Arcade Fire's Richard Reed Parry, the 11-song platter exhibits again why The Sadies are in a league of their own.