Toronto-based Signe Miranda's Veranda release their sophomore album, "September Night" with a cross-Canada tour. The group is led by singer/songwriter Signe Miranda and includes a revolving cast of talented musicians who blend together a sound that seamlessly brings you on a journey from post-break-up, alt-pop-punk title track, "September Night" to warm, spacious, alt-country gem, "Like It Was Yesterday". This follow-up to Signe's solo "Love Wins" EP, explores a wider array of themes, styles and sonic lushness, with producer/musician Brian Allossery (The Lazy Poets) at the helm. Brian fills out the rhythm section on bass, alongside drummers Cleave Anderson (The Screwed, John Borra Band), Jamie Tanner and Dave Edie, with a variety of guests lending their talents to the project - Dominic von Riedemann, Dan A. Noonan, Peter Nunn (Honeymoon Suite, Andy Kim), Bob Egan (Blue Rodeo), J.V. Dixon, Ben D'Cunha, Chris Smith and Mario del Monte. The Canadian tour kicked off with Signe Miranda & Myke Mazzei (The Mod Villains) traveling as an acoustic duo, through the eastern provinces in October. Look for a western full-band Canadian tour in the spring.