En concert le 22 septembre à La Gaieté Lyrique

The Besnard Lakes' Until in Excess, Imperceptible UFO had
its humble beginnings in mid-2011 and was completed over the course of a year.
Ever mindful and attentive to the most subtle and nuanced details, founding
band members Jace Lasek and Olga Goreas produced, recorded and mixed at the
stalwart Breakglass Studios in Montreal with long time band mates Kevin Laing
and Richard White. Eventually mastered by the renowned Greg Calbi at Sterling
Sound, this fourth album by The Besnard Lakes' features heavyweight additions by
Moonface's Spencer Krug and Mike Bigelow, The Barr Brothers' Sarah Page, the
always-enchanting Monica Guenter and the return of Fifth String Liberation
Singers' Choir.

The story of the album unfolds its introspection on the
endurance of the human spirit during prophetic times as told by a spy or two,
maybe more. Each of the eight tracks on the album takes off, coasts, and lands
smoothly, with a jubilant slowburn of its own momentum for the benefit of the
larger picture. The Besnard Lakes create a distinct and dreamy headspace, an
enigmatic and somehow familiar placelessness. It happens in such a way that
both the close and casual listener find themselves immersed in the generous
sonic vision, one moment as timeless as the next.



"A magnificently oceanic meld of Beach Boys
harmonies, My Bloody Valentine tidal waves and Phil Spector girl-group siren
songs shot through with soaring guitar." - Rolling Stone

"Right now no one is making music this grand, this
big, this moving with so much assurance." - Chicago Tribune

"Nothing short of