“Whitehorse power couple – Luke Doucet, Melissa McClelland will steal your heart.”
– Huffington Post
“Superduo whose music swirls together the swampy swagger of the Bible Belt, the minor-akey melancholy of film noir soundtracks and the raw stomp of rock & roll.”
– Rolling Stone
Today, Whitehorse unveil the video to ‘Die Alone’ taken from Panther In The Dollhouse. The video for “Die Alone,” from Massey Hall’s new Ghost Light Sessions, was shot on the theatre’s grand and storied stage and shows Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland’s exquisite harmonies and tones. From The Road To Massey Hall, an EP celebrating artists whose careers are intertwined with the venue’s history, to this striking stripped-down performance, Whitehorse’s reverence for this stage has become part of their story as well.
“Die Alone” is found on the forthcoming Panther In The Dollhouse, an album that examines the conventions and assumptions of domestic life. “Die Alone” is a devastating grindhouse ballad about the havoc wreaked by and for love. Endurance and exhaustion are two sides of the coin Whitehorse flips: “You got down on one knee and pulled the rug from my feet,” sings Mclelland
The two-time JUNO Award winners/nominees will make their third appearance as Massey Hall headliners on December 8, 2017 in Canada for the Live at Massey Hall series.
Whitehorse have also just been announced to perform as part of the upcoming Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame induction of Neil Young, Bruce Cockburn and others. Further details of Whitehorse’s role in this ceremony will be released soon.
Panther In The Dollhouse will be released to the UK August 4th, 2017.