A reimagination of The Ballad Project, re-recorded for strings, voices, and drum machines, was released on limited edition balsa gliders in March 2013 via Daps Records. Recording, editing, orchestrations, and arrangements by Lisa Conway.

Video shot on a cellphone by Andrew Collins in California & Arizonia, August 2012. Space poncho by Samantha Stephens. Dance map / movement advice by Cara Spooner. Editing by Lisa Conway.

Living room performance of Come the Autumn by Wood & Wires.

A digital version of the album can be purchased here

SOme people Said:

"The pared back production of sparse electro drums, strings and Conway’s AMAZING voice is more than enough to have us fall instantly in love" - Silent Shout
"However you dub it stylistically, the results are enchanting. Conway is a major talent." - Kerry Doole, New Canadian Music
"Toronto musician Lisa Conway has been a staple in the Toronto folk scene for years, steadily building a reputation as a singular and mystical voice.  In the spirit of the electronic bedroom pop of Nite Jewel's debut while still rooted deep in Ontario folk, L CON's new single is full of risk wrangled by talent, and personal trials as old as the video's sheared canyons." - Chart Attack