Project Pablo Announces 'I Want to Believe' for 1080p

Project Pablo Announces 'I Want to Believe' for 1080p
It should come as no surprise that busy Vancouver imprint 1080p Collection has a heavy slate of projects booked for 2015. Among them is the debut full-length from Montreal-via-Vancouver house explorer Project Pablo (a.k.a. Patrick Holland).

The nine-song LP is called I Want to Believe, and is said to be inspired by Holland's recent move to Montreal. The album includes some contributions from Noni Wo's Jeremy Dabrowski.

A press release says the artist's "house music goes breezy and back to basics," though it also says the album is "scattered with taped out and wonky synth leads and punctuated here and there with goofed-out cappucino clink-equivalents of cascading percussion and melodic keyboard flutters, blurring 'lifestyle' ideals into rich, taped out moods for club and kitchen use."

To understand any of that, we'll have to wait until February 24 when I Want to Believe becomes available on cassette and as a digital download. For now, the album's tracklisting is available below.

I Want to Believe:

1. Sky Lounge
2. Follow It Up
3. Movin' Out
4. Why, Though?
5. In the Mat
6. The Fuss
7. Always
8. The Feeling
9. It's Out There