Leather Apron Revival is a 3-piece rock & roll outfit from the Rocky Mountains of BC. Their vintage sounds are warm, deep and rich with visceral grooves and bluesy riffs. Thoughtful songwriting and powerful melodies to create a timeless yet modern rock soundscape with a dash of vintage Canadiana. The ambitious group has an “old soul” dynamic and vibe that is sure to entertain. With front man Lennan Delaney’s tried and true professional music chops and his experience touring across North America, their palpable chemistry and the diverse musical palette of the trio allow the band to effortlessly slide between modern rock and neo-soul. Their rapid evolution has cemented them among the emerging rock & roll acts to watch in Canada.
About Leather Apron Revival
Armed with Light & Shadow, their new full-length album produced by Leeroy Stagger and mastered by John Greenham, the band is relentlessly reaching new audiences and bringing their high-energy rock & roll sound to new heights, creating die hard fans in their wake.
‘When The Lights Went Out’ is about 3 Canadian natural disasters: The Halifax Harbour explosion, Frank’s Slide, and the Lac-Mégantic rail disaster,” says bassist Grady Pasiechnyk. “It’s a somber tune. We were very fortunate to have Leeroy Stagger producing the album, whom we have tremendous respect for as a musician, and we asked if he’d want to be a part of this song. Lee can have such a heaviness in his delivery, which paired perfectly with the gravity of the material, and the back and forth with Lennan added incredible depth to the track.