Patric Watson debuts new music

Patrick Watson Montreal

Patrick Watson Montreal

Montreal singer/songwriter Patrick Watson has released his first new music since 2015’s Love Songs For Robots (although he did provide music for the movie The 9th Life of Louis Drax) with the release of the song Broken. Watson says the song is “dedicated to the storms we went through.”

Check out the video below:

Watson last played his home town in September when he appeared at the inaugural Mile Ex End Festival. Before that he headlined three nights at Metropolis back in 2015. He also appeared at the recent Leonard Cohen memorial concert at the Bell Centre where he performed a stunning version of Who By Fire.

Photo – Steve Gerrard

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