This Is How I Let You Down

by The Franklin Electric

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AVAILABLE MAY 6, 2014

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released 06 May 2014

PRODUCED BY JON MATTE

Lead Recording Engineer: Rob Heaney
Additional Engineers: Glen Robinson, Pierre-Luc Cerat
Recorded at Fastforward Studio, Montreal
Additional recording at Indica Studio, Planet Studio, Studio Vox, Montreal
Assistant Engineers: Roxanne Potvin, Montana Martin Iles, Peter Edwards

Mix engineers: Chris Show, Rob Heaney, Jon Matte
Masterered by: Ryan Morey at Grey Market Mastering

Illustration: Micah Lidberg
Photography: Marc-Etienne Mongrain
Graphic Design: HFG

All Lyrics and Music composed by Jon Matte
except "Watching From A Rooftop" composed by Johnny Griffin and Jon Matte

Arrangements by The Franklin Electric
String Arrangements: Taylor Donaldson, Jean-Sebastien Leblanc, Jon Matte
Horn Arrangements: Jon Matte

The Franklin Electric:

JON MATTE (vocals, piano, trumpet)
JEAN SEBASTIEN LEBLANC (guitar)
MARTIN DESROSBY (bass)
JOHNNY GRIFFIN (guitar)
KEVIN WARREN (drums)
LIAM KILLEN (drums)

Additional Musicans: Katie McNally (vocals), Michael Patzig (guitar), Pierre-Luc Cerat (bass), Emilie Lair (french horn), Mark Wheaton (drums),Taylor Donaldson (trombone), Alex Truelove (trombone), Francis Leduc Belanger (trumpet), Aliza Thibodeau (violin), Carolyn Peters (violin), Victor De Coninck (viola), Thomas Quail (viola),
Amahl Arulanandam (cello), Jane Chan (cello).

Management: henryfrancoisgelot@gmail.com

Label: Indica Records

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The Franklin Electric Montreal, Québec

Montreal-based alternative folk-pop band The Franklin Electric turned heads in 2012, claiming first prize in a Nashville song writing competition with the infectious song, “Old Piano”. The group then banded together to lay down their debut album "This is How I Let You Down". Recently, the band caught the attention of Indica Records (home to Half Moon Run). Album available May 6, 2014. ... more

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