The Darcys return with the new Arts & Crafts album Centerfold. Once dubbed "pathologically ambitious" by their hometown paper The Toronto Star, the chameleonic art rock group whose past releases range from a full re-imagining of Steely Dan's AJA to a 20-minute Southern Gothic-themed instrumental track, has been stripped to its core - the duo of singer/multi-instrumentalist Jason Couse, and drummer/lyricist Wes Marskell - and reborn as a sleek, diamond-hard pop group. The 10 new, original tracks on Centerfold, were produced by Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Weezer, Lucius) and evoke the heat and wanderlust of New Zealand and Los Angeles, where they were recorded. Centerfold follows 2013's acclaimed Warring, which earned a Juno and Polaris Music Prize nominations. "Miracle," the lead cut from Centerfold, has earned praise from Vice Noisey, who said it's "primed for mass consumption," and Complex, who raved the track is a "transformative, radio-ready, near-perfect earworm."