Here at Ca Va Cool, we love PS I Love You. The eclectic, catchy, metal-reminiscent musical project of Paul Saulnier and Benjamin Nelson that is, not the silly romantic comedy. Since our interview with Saulnier back in September, a lot has changed for the duo. Their debut LP, Meet Me at the Muster Station, has been lauded since it’s October 5 release and they’ve been tearing up the Canadian and American legs of their tour, despite the minor hiccup of some temporarily stolen guitars in Toronto.
As an added bonus for fans, Paper Bag Records has been steadily releasing The Kingston Sessions, a collection of six live PS I Love You videos, shot by Mitch Fillion of Southern Souls in random locations around Kingston, Ontario. Today, we’re bursting with excitement to premiere part 5 of the series, ‘2012’. There’s something apt about Saulnier and Nelson belting out their apocalyptic anthem underneath an off-kilter statue at the Kingston waterfront, which, according to rumours, was designed to meet in the middle but ended up askew. Chaos under chaos. Check it and the previous Kingston Sessions out below.
The Kingston Sessions
Part 1 – ‘Butterflies & Boners’ at Pitchfork
Part 2 – ‘Scattered’ at Herohill
Part 3 – ‘Little Spoon’ at Quick Before It Melts
Part 4 – ‘Meet Me at the Muster Station’ at YouTube
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