“Zerbin please us here with a unique, exciting sound and aesthetically pleasing content. His new work Bonnie Doon is a soulful, awe-inspiring story that will forever remain in your collection.”

“Zerbin – это уникальный, будоражащий наши чувства звук и эстетически приятное содержание. Его новая работа Bonnie Doon это душевная, вызывающая неподдельный трепет история, которая навсегда останется в вашей коллекции.”

Bonnie Doon is the first single from Zerbin’s coming full-length record (Spring 2021). It’s a nostalgic alt-pop track about reconnecting with an old love after years of life have happened since. You were young and it never quite happened, but now there’s a chance again. Pulling from psychedelics and losing faith, it features Zerbin’s hometown, Edmonton, and carries that early fall feeling with a crisp air wrapping up a deep missing of the warmth of summer’s love. Sonically, it sets the tone for Zerbin’s first new work as a solo artist, showing a matured artistry wrapped up in lush indie-pop production, inspired by his time living in London.

Zerbin is a Canadian artist who rose to prominence in the Canadian indie scene with infectious tracks marked by emotive hooks and spiritual undertones. His works have been featured in international films, movie trailers, TV, and commercials, with best known tracks New Earth and Worlds on Fire finding spots in global advertising campaigns and features in film and TV including Grey’s Anatomy and So You Think You Can Dance.

Missing Years: Sin, Love – is a collection of b-side recordings and unfinished works by Canadian Artist & Producer Jason Zerbin (Zerbin). Missing Years traces Zerbin’s deconstruction of faith and perspective over the course of 7 years, and is constituted by reflections on the process of change, loss, and love. The project was produced across his 7 years on the road, with locations spanning cabins in the Canadian woods, the Devonian countryside, and East Berlin.

Reviewed by Nagamag on 
December 17, 2020

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