Go Gently Into the Night, out February 3rd on E-Tron Records, is the second full length album, Gabrielle Giguère releases under the moniker Her Harbour. The Montreal born, Ottawa based singer-songwriter wrote and produced the album’s eight baroque pop/dream folk songs employing autoharp and piano as her primary instruments of accompaniment as well as a variety of bowed bells, vintage synths and electric pianos to craft it’s delicate arrangements. Mika Posen (Agnes Obel, Timber Timbre), Philippe Charbonneau (Evening Hymns, Jim Bryson) and Olivier Fairfield (Timber Timbre, Last Ex) are among the musicians who contributed to it’s choirs, strings and orchestral percussion. Go Gently Into the Night, is an album set in the four Canadian seasons and focuses on how life and mortality occupy them. “I wrote the songs at a time where death felt omnipresent. This album has been my attempt at making peace with it as character of growing importance in my life.”Following the release of her debut album Winter’s Ghost on E-Tron Records, Her Harbour was named “Female Vocalist of the Year” by Radio Canada’s Medium Large, Nightlife Magazine’s “Artiste à Découvrir” and featured in Independent Music News Uk’s “20 Canadian Acts to Look out for in 2014”, among other accolades. Her Harbour has showcased at festivals including NXNE, Sled Island, Kazoo! Fest, CityFolk, Megaphono, Ottawa Bluesfest, Arboretum Festival and performed as a as an opening act for notable artists including Agnes Obel, Chad Van Gaalen, Great Lake Swimmers and Esmerine. Limited to 300 copies.