If you’re looking for something a little different to listen to, check out the not-so-standard Montreal pop outfit Flotilla. The boy-girl quartet has been laying out their wares for all to see for a number of years, for the most part below the radar of most ordinary folk. This is very likely to change with the attention their excellent debut album, One Hundred Words for Water, is going to garner. You may get drawn in by Veronica Charnley’s affecting vocals, Geof Holbrook’s musical mission (bass, piano, organ, autoharp, kalimba, etc.) or Monique Gregoire’s concert harp, but the soul of their stirring songs will imprint themselves for a long while.