Toronto’s Laser has announced their debut single, “Leaving It Too Late”, available today on Foreseen Entertainment. Laser originated through the songwriting of Lisa Lobsinger, who will already be well known to many through her work with Broken Social Scene and Reverie Sound Revue, bringing the lyrics and basic song structures to the rhythm section and production duo of Paul Pfisterer (The Beauties) and Marty Kinack (Transistor Sound & Light Co), to put their sonic stamp on the material.
Like the soundtrack to some unwritten arthouse movie “Leaving It Too Late” is a glimpse into the artistic output of three uniquely different musicians, but sounds unlike any of what each individual group member has done before. Laser’s sound takes cues from electronic and atmospheric albums and late night country drives from Lisa and Paul’s Toronto home to Marty’s remote “studio in the forest.” Their debut single is an example of both the synthetic and the analog, both city and forest, of an atmosphere creating a score for an introspective and meditative drive out of town.
“Leaving It Too Late” will be featured on Laser’s debut album, the details of which will be announced in the coming weeks, along with tour plans.