Broken Social Scene's Kevin Drew will be releasing his sophomore album (his first since 2007's Spirit If...) Darlings on March 17th via City Slang (18 March via Arts & Crafts), a day already filling up with other fantastic releases. The record will see featured spots from Charles Spearin and Ohad Benchetrit of Do Make Say Think and Broken Social Scene, Dean Stone of Apostle of Hustle, and Dave Hamelin of The Stills. Drew, Hamelin, and Graham Lessard co-produced it.

Speaking about the album, Drew said "This record is a celebration of memories. It’s about the rise and fall of love and sex, in my own life and in today’s society. This topic has been with me for years. I approached it focused purely on the songwriting, leaving all the tricks and explosions behind. I hope you like it... and if you don't, give to someone who will."