Masters of the Burial
2009 sophomore solo album from the Canadian singer/songwriter and front woman for indie rockers Stars. Masters of the Burial is a wistful yet warm collection of songs and the follow up to her 2006 solo debut, Honey from the Tombs. The album includes interpretations of Death Cab for Cutie's 'I Will Follow You Into the Dark' and 'Old Perfume' by Sarah Harmer. Recorded at the Well and produced by Martin Davis Kinack (Broken Social Scene), the album features guest performances from Evan Cranley (Stars), Dan and Jenny Whiteley, Feist, Liam O'Neil (The Stills), and many others. EMI.