Cameron Latimer has been a singer/songwriter from the time he first picked up a guitar sixteen years ago. Since then, he's written over a hundred songs and recorded over a third of them professionally. He attended Malaspina University College where he studied Jazz Music. Here, he met musician Adam Dobres who was to become Latimer's long-term collaborator. Together, along with Rueben Degroot, they formed The Seams, a band with a perpetual personality disorder perhaps best described as an alternative-pop-country-jazz band. They released their debut album Castaway Motel in 2004 and followed it up with several Western Canadian tours.
Simultaneously, Latimer contributed significantly to the projects of other local artists such as Ridley Bent, Dustin Bentall, and the Grand Cariboo Opry alongside Barney Bentall. Culling what he learned through these collaborations and drawing on such varied inspirations as the work of Elliot Smith, Django Reinhardt, Lyle Lovett and Jeff Tweedy, Latimer has been writing and recording songs for his solo debut, Fallen Apart. Featuring producer Johnny Ellis (Barney Bentall, Dustin Bentall, Ridley Bent), drummer, Pat Steward (Bryan Adams, Matthew Good) bassist Rob Becker (Colin James), and lead guitarist Adam Dobres (Daniel Lapp, Outlaw Social), Fallen Apart melds a vast wealth of experience, skill and emotional depth. The album is scheduled for release in early 2008 with a cross-Canada tour to follow.