Tim Darcy is a Canada-based songwriter, guitarist, and vocalist with an idiosyncratic delivery that may evoke a David Byrne or Lou Reed. Referred to as leader from the high-intensity indie rock-band Ought, he’s also released even more personal solo materials. Heading by Tim Beeler at that time (his delivery surname), the Arizona-born musician created Ought in Montreal in 2011 with keyboardist Matt Might, bassist Ben Stidworthy, and drummer/violinist Tim Eager. Taking weighty cues using their city’s flourishing picture of underground politics, loft celebrations, and D.We.Y. tradition, the music group melded unlikely affects from both high-energy middle-’90s emo rings and airy, early university rock acts just like the Feelies and Speaking Mind. The bandmembers all resided together inside a distributed house/practice space, self-recording their 1st EP, New Quiet, in 2012. They performed regularly in Montreal, ultimately catching the hearing of indie label Constellation, which released their debut full-length recording, More Than SOME OTHER Day time, in the springtime of 2014. They came back using a four-track EP, ONCE AGAIN with Sense…, in October from the same calendar year. Darcy then legitimately followed his mother’s maiden name at the start of 2015, and Ought’s second LP, Sunlight Coming Down, made an appearance in Sept of 2015. In 2016, Darcy released an experimental cooperation with sound musician A.J. Cornell. Entitled As well Significant to Ignore, it matched existential spoken monologues using a patchwork of field recordings, digital results, and manipulated items. Darcy came back to indie rock and roll in early 2017 along with his initial solo record. Collecting music of a far more personal character that didn’t quite match Ought, including several that predated the music group, Saturday Evening also proclaimed his debut with Jagjaguwar.