CBC Music and Serena Ryder put on an exclusive show titled the Quietest.Concert.Ever from the bottom of the ocean floor in New Brunswick's Bay of Fundy. Instead of speakers, the music was broadcast via headphones to the audience in a uniquely quiet concert.
Ryder played never-before-heard tracks from her new album, Utopia, which is out today. The followup to her double platinum-certified album Harmony, this latest release was inspired by the Cherokee parable called "Two Wolves," which tells the story of internal struggle between good and evil, light and dark — a parable Ryder explores to find a balanced utopia.
The music sounds as beautiful as the majesty of Fundy National Park. Watch the videos below: