Dubbed by Entertainment Weekly on 2008 as one of the new male music acts to look out for, this Toronto native has a lot of tails wagging at his music. I have to admit, his song from debut album, After Tonight still gives me a fluttery feeling. Anyway, all the three years of hardwork (writing, recording and touring) prior to releasing this album, You I Wind Land and Sea as a follow up to debut, Holly is worth. I’m looking forward to this sophomore effort after hearing this good one. Check it out. Props to AW music.