At Mount Zoomer, the second full length LP from the Canadian indie rock band Wolf Parade, an indie rock band from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, now based in Montreal, Quebec. The album is named after drummer Arlen Thompson's sound studio, Mount Zoomer, which apparently is "a B.C. euphemism for magic mushrooms and a nod to Montreal band, a Silver Mount Zion." Half of the album was recorded at Arcade Fire's Petite Église in Farnham, Quebec - an old church that was converted to a recording studio for the production of Neon Bible. After touring the east coast in late 2007, Wolf Parade recorded the rest of the album at MIXart Studios in Montreal, Canada.