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Album Review

The Hurry and the Harm, the fourth studio outing from Ontario-based singer/songwriter and ex-Alexisonfire vocalist Dallas Green, looks to the past for inspiration yet keeps its feet planted firmly in the present, retaining its predecessor's penchant for melody and melancholy, while offering up an evocative, 12-song set that skillfully blends pastoral folk, suburban blues, and rusty nail-tattered Americana. Recorded at Nashville, Tennessee's Blackbird Studio, The Hurry and the Harm benefits from Green's tasty hooks, clever yet confessional wordplay, and the warm production of Little Hell producer Alex Newport, who infuses the collection with a winning, rustic ambience.

Customer Reviews


Just perfection as always Dallas. Thanks for another great one.


His harmonies during the last minute of Death Song are bone chilling, in the most beautiful way. Such a talented human being! My hat is off to you sir!

Breath Taking

Dallas somehow has a simultainiously light, almost crystalline, but dark, and occasionally heavy voice; that coupled with his soulfull song writing and lyrics, his skillful guitar, and this album (as per usual for his work) will enchant and possess you without fail.


Formed: 2004 in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

City and Colour was the solo acoustic project of Dallas Green, best known as the singer/guitarist for the Canadian post-hardcore band Alexisonfire. Born September 29, 1980, in St. Catharines, Ontario, Green served as a member of Helicon Blue before co-founding Alexisonfire in late 2001. Despite scant radio airplay, the band developed a strong fan following on the strength of its ferocious live shows, and its 2004 sophomore LP, Watch Out!, debuted in the Canadian Top Ten. At year's end Green issued...
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