Videos

Lonesome Feather

The majestic Americana sound of “Lonesome Feather” is indicative of Cope as a whole, Windover’s most accomplished collection of material so far in his young career. Recorded with producer John Dinsmore (Kathleen Edwards, NQ Arbuckle) and his trusted band, including co-writer and duet partner Stacey Dowswell, the album sparkles with sonic and emotional depth recalling classic Tom Petty and Blue Rodeo records, but with an immediacy that places Windover squarely in the conversation about the best up-and-coming Canadian roots rock artists.

Official Video

How To Be Lonely

There are as many ways to be lonely as there are lonely people. Still, you’d think by this time most of the permutations and possibilities had been covered by the countless songwriters who have broached the subject. Darcy Windover has put a new and personal twist on the familiar theme with his stirring heartland-folk cut How To Be Lonely, the first single from his upcoming album Cope.

Official Video

Directed by Josh Haggarty. Edited by Stacey Dowswell.

Live Video

Filmed on location at Lincoln County Social Club, Toronto.

Official Video – Same Sad Song

The heaviest hitter on Stones Bleed Honey is easily the hard-edged stomper Same Sad Song, the video for which was released on September 22, 2016. Filmed at the Lincoln County Social Club in Toronto (where the song was also recorded), the video was directed by Paul Gardner, along with Patrick O’Sullivan, Dean Henry, and Steven Butler. It included appearances from Stacey Dowswell, David MacDougall, Kevin Neal, Dave Chan, and Scott Remila, and Paul Reddick.

Live at the Dakota, Toronto

The Album release party for Stones Bleed Honey was a special night that celebrated not just Darcy’s achievement and the release of his long-awaited album, but all the talent that went into it. Many of the talented contributers to the album made appearances on stage that night, and rang in the album with all the pomp and style it deserves.

Credit to aBabe Music for videography and editing.

Live at the Painted Lady, Toronto

Recorded in the hours leading up to he and cohort Kevin Neal’s departure for their 2014 General Tour across central and western Canada, these three tracks present Darcy in duo form at one of Toronto’s prettiest venues.

Credit to aBabe Music for videography and editing.