WHITEHORSE PRESS

Six Shooter Records releases The Fate of the World Depends on This Kiss in the USA on January 15, 2013.
Read some of the rave reviews coming over the border:

- American Songwriter
Bust
M Music & Musicians
Uncut
Music Connection Magazine
Blurt
Grassclippings
Country Fried Rock


The Fate of the World Depends on This Kiss further establishes Whitehorse as a songwriting duo not afraid to push creative boundaries.” (The National Post)

Essential Tracks: Achilles’ Desire – A dimly lit duet between Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland clomps strikingly to a foot-kicked tambourine, with a twangy guitar lick adding to the intense mood. Get between the smouldering desire of these two singer-songwriters and you will be crushed.” (The Globe & Mail)

“Simply put, McClelland and Doucet are kinda perfect together; their voices either blend effortlessly or bounce back and forth with complementary character, and the minimally appointed songs they come up with together roll over you pleasingly like they’ve been around forever.” (Toronto Star)

“Each listen begs for instant repeat gratification.” (Vancouver Weekly)

“Their assurance is sexy; the songcraft, nimble. Whitehorse is the Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway of Canadian roots rock” (The Globe & Mail)

“Homeless in the Hammer – Luke Doucet and Melissa McClelland maintain an emotional base in Hamilton while touring the world” (The Spec)

“it’s their obvious passion, love and chemistry that makes these beautifully arranged, masterfully written alt-country love letters shine. NNNN” (Uptown)

“It’s the unexpected left turns that make this project exciting. NNNN” (Now Magazine)

“harmony-laden melodies and undeniably catchy choruses.” (The Grid)

“It is a landmark album for the pair.” (The Ottawa Citizen)

A Reason to Live: Whitehorse ~ Ramblin’, janglin’ roots-‘n’-roll numbers.” (The Toronto Star)

“Whitehorse is raw throughout, leaving the edges sharp and letting the notes cut deep.” (Vue Weekly)

“Space cowboy lovebirds. NNNN.” (Now Magazine – Show Review)

“A beauty of a disc.” (Uptown Magazine)

“It’s clear Whitehorse was meant to be unbridled.” (Vancouver Sun)