I just saw him perform for the second time in about a year three nights ago. While the Montreal music scene seems to have sort of fallen off the map recently, Patrick Watson represents well. He writes some of the most beautiful, cinematic music I know, and the band backing him up is outstanding, and the percussionist at times, really shines. Anyway, he just released a new album this Tuesday, and what I heard at the show and online is absolutely astounding. He also scored a film called A St-Henri, Le 26 Aout, which is a documentary about an old working class neighbourhood in Montreal, that I live just outside of right now, and will be moving to in July. Whatever. Onto what's important: A bunch of songs, and the last two are a short film, and the trailer to the doc he scored.