11 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

For their fifth album—recorded over the titular timespan in 1993 at singer Greg Keelor’s farm—the Toronto country-rock kingpins dug their heels deeper into the dirt for the most intimate, elemental, and affecting release of their career. With the nocturnal, lost-highway ambience of the title track, the introspective lyricism of “Hasn’t Hit Me Yet,” and a few ethereal Sarah McLachlan cameos, Five Days in July is an eternal invitation to leave the big city behind.

EDITORS’ NOTES

For their fifth album—recorded over the titular timespan in 1993 at singer Greg Keelor’s farm—the Toronto country-rock kingpins dug their heels deeper into the dirt for the most intimate, elemental, and affecting release of their career. With the nocturnal, lost-highway ambience of the title track, the introspective lyricism of “Hasn’t Hit Me Yet,” and a few ethereal Sarah McLachlan cameos, Five Days in July is an eternal invitation to leave the big city behind.

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