It’s no secret that PS I Love You is blowing up – Same number, same hood. It’s all good. – and quickly becoming the face of the Canadian 90′s rock movement. They’ve already gotten tons of Pitchfork love, glowing reviews from almost anyone that hears Paul’s songs (like “2012“), and successful tours south of the 49th parallel under their belt.
To keep that positive buzz going, the good people at Paper Bag Records decided to get PS I Love You to record a 6-song session with the good people at Southern Souls. The first track (“Butterflies & Boners”) premiered on Pitchfork last week, and today we’re premiering Paul hamering out “Scattered” trapped in the depths of Benjamin’s art studio. I have no idea why, but the extreme closeup of Paul’s neckbeard while Benjamin pumps out prints is pretty engaging and the stripped down, raw version is super solid. Enjoy… oh, and pick up Meet Me At The Muster Station today.