Patrick Watson is thrilled to unveil his new track and video entitled “Lost With You”. Recorded during the current pandemic, Patrick felt the urge to reach out to his fans and offer a little comfort. "I wanted to share this song with you,” says Patrick, “I hope it keeps you good company."
The accompanying music video was directed by Watson himself with the additional craft of Arizona O’Neill who directed the “Here Comes The River” video. Patrick explains: “I'm not going to lie but finally my embarrassing rollerblading skills came in handy to film this. Homemade covid videos are very fun to make. I just kept seeing people biking when I heard this song. A big special thanks to Arizona O'Neill for editing and art directing, and a huge thank you to the talented bikers.”
This is his first new material since the release of the critically-acclaimed album, Wave.
Praises for Wave
"[...] a beautifully gratifying experience" ★★★★ - EXCLAIM!
"Wave finds beauty in the belief that all’s not lost" ★★★★ - UNCUT
"A mature, refined and expressive record about grief, loss and self-reflection. One of the most affecting albums you’ll hear all year" ★★★★ - LOUD & QUIET
"Québécois maven drapes his red velvet falsetto over songs about loss and melancholy - MOJO
"Dreamily rendered, falsetto-rich ruminations on the way human beings are wired" - NPR MUSIC
Patrick Watson composes, performs and records his albums with his full band, which includes Joe Grass (guitar), Evan Tighe (drums), Mishka Stein (bass). The recipients of Canada’s Polaris Music Prize, in addition to multiple Juno and Polaris nominations, Watson and his band have toured on all continents, on occasion playing with full orchestras to bring their rich music to life. Venues for their tour dates last February and March of 2020 were the largest yet, including the Barbican (London), Olympia (Paris), Coliseu (Lisbon), El Plaza Condesa (Mexico City), and more. Raised and still living in Montreal, Watson has composed several scores for both film and television, including a trailer for The Walking Dead and Wim Wenders’ 3D film Everything Will Be Fine.