Hayden shares "Nowhere We Cannot Go," tours (2015)

Hayden shares his first single, “Nowhere We Cannot Go” from the forthcoming Arts & Crafts release, Hey Love today. The follow-up to 2013’s Us Alone, his Arts & Crafts debut, is a heartrending love letter of hope and disarray. Hey Love addresses the widest spectrum of love as its muse, the album’s thirteen songs among Hayden Desser’s most affective and rousing work to date
LISTEN/STREAM/SHARE: “Nowhere We Cannot Go” via SoundCloud
PRE-ORDER: Hey Love via GalleryAC or iTunes
From his 1996 debut, Everything I Long For, through the mysterious Skyscraper National Park (2001), and the fragile Elk-Lake Serenade (2004), Hayden has woven one of the most consistent through-lines of musical narratives imaginable, leading his audience through a scrapbook of downtimes fought and resolved, love lost and love solved. Hey Love is a snapshot of this relationship: Hayden at his most prolific, and perhaps Hayden at his most celebrated.
Hey Love arrives only two years after his last release, on the inspiration of Dream Serenade: Hayden and wife Christie Greyerbiehl’s inaugural benefit for Toronto’s Beverley St. School for developmentally disabled children (October 2014 at Massey Hall). The album was performed and produced almost entirely by Hayden at his Toronto home studio, Skyscraper National Park with contributions from his live band featuring Jay McCarrol, Taylor Knox, and JJ Ipsen. The foursome hits the road with Dan Mangan + Blacksmith in February with Hey Love arriving on March 24, 2015.
Feb 18  Halifax, NS – Rebecca Cohn Auditorium^
Feb 19  Fredericton, NB – The Fredericton Playhouse^
Feb 20  Quebec City, QC – Imperial#
Feb 21  Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre^
Feb 24  Kingston, ON – Grand Theatre^
Feb 26  London, ON – London Music Hall^
Feb 27  Ottawa, ON – Theatre at NAC^
Feb 28  Toronto, ON – Massey Hall#
Mar 01  Guelph, ON – River Run Centre^
Mar 05  Winnipeg, MB – The Garrick^
Mar 06  Saskatoon, SK – O’Brians Event Centre^
Mar 07  Regina, SK – Darke Hall^
Mar 09  Banff, AB – Eric Harvie Theatre^
Mar 10  Calgary, AB – Jack Singer Concert Hall^
Mar 11  Edmonton, AB – Francis Winspear Centre for Music^
Mar 13  Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre^
Mar 14  Vancouver, BC – Vogue Theatre^
^ – w/ Dan Mangan + Blacksmith and Astral Swans # – w/ Dan Mangan + Blacksmith