Even if one root has been cut, it doesn’t mean that the original drive burns bright. This time around we are checking out “I Still See You At Parties”, the latest single from this new version of Port Cities. After a rather busy yet successful career, late 2019 changed the band Port Cities and forced them to evolve. Founding member of Port Cities, Breagh McKinnon, amicably left the band and left the group’s future in the hands of fellow founders Dylan Guthro and Carleton Stone, who took no time to return to work. Bouncing between their native Halifax and Nashville, Port Cities has been hard at work evolving the band into their next form. Port Cities has gained plenty of accolades, including numerous awards, #1 spots on the CBC and Spotify charts, nearly 2 million streams online. Now with Guthro in the producer chair while both Guthro and Stone take on writing duties, what will this new version of Port Cities sound like?
While 2020 has been an absolute mess of a year, musicians have been hard at work in their homes and collaborate with other artists digitally. While Port Cities has been refining their sound and reconnecting with other artists, singer-songwriter Emma Lee is first on the docket. Lee’s voice balances out the scales with Port Cities, each being able to portray both sides of the relationship captured within the track. “I Still See You At Parties” exudes the pure emotion and elation that Port Cities has to be feeling right now, finally being able to drop a new single once again. What does the future hold for the band? We will have to keep our eyes on these two, as their sound has no where to go but grow as they refine their process.
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