Mutual admirers of each other's work, Thomas Meluch (Benoi^t Pioulard) and Kyle Dunn (Kyle Bobby Dunn) endeavored to put together a collaborative recording that ruminates on painful realities, disappointments, and transitioning to new homes, in the hopes of finding a coping mechanism to bring them through to the other side. Perils began auspiciously in 2012 at transitional points in these artists' lives. Kyle was living in a small town called Belleville, Ontario trying to complete Kyle Bobby Dunn and The Infinite Sadness (Students of Decay) and coming to grips with the fact that this great endeavor was at it's end. Given the enormity of the record and the emotionally and physically exhausting process of recording the album, Kyle found himself drained with unforeseen questions and confusions. Working only at night, Kyle immersed himself into this newfound nocturnal work, finding a path in the midst of wondering.
Colours Hide My Face
(Dead in the) Creekbed Blues
Maps of Sinking
All That's Left
It Was Going Great. Until It Wasn't
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