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Lou-Adriane Cassidy

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Following the release of “Ça va ça va,”’ a warmly received first single, Lou-Adriane Cassidy is back with a debut album showcasing her round and resolute voice. Discovered at the finals of the Festival international de la chanson de Granby and Francouvertes competitions, the artist is charting her own course with confidence and composure. Clearly, she’s an old soul living in a young body. Fully in her element as a singer-songwriter, Lou-Adriane Cassidy has chosen a path of lucid and complete self-expression with her first full-length opus. Titled C’est la fin du monde à tous les jours, the album is set to be released in February 2019.

Following the release of “Ça va ça va,”’ a warmly received first single that exposed her beautiful, round voice, Lou-Adriane Cassidy is back with a renewed and resolute sound. Discovered at the finals of the Festival international de la chanson de Granby and Francouvertes competitions, this promising young singer-songwriter is charting her own course with confidence and composure.

Lou-Adriane Cassidy has performed centre stage at the Festival d’été de Québec, FrancoFolies de Montréal, and Le Festif! in Baie-Saint-Paul; as an opening act for local and international artists Patrice Michaud, Émile Bilodeau, Gabrielle Shonk, Fishbach, and Jane Birkin; and as a backup singer for Hubert Lenoir and Keith Kouna. Regardless of the stage, she never fails to showcase her gift for singing authentically. Clearly, she’s an old soul living in a young body.

Fully in her element as a singer-songwriter, Lou-Adriane Cassidy has chosen a path of lucid and complete self-expression. Marked by the sophisticated sounds of seventies pop, Lou-Adriane’s debut, C’est la fin du monde à tous les jours, is released in February 2019. Hauntingly beautiful, the full-length opus features slow-moving French chansons steeped in sincerity and tragedy. Indeed, it’s an album about human, anecdotal tragedy, which can be experienced on various scales, in various places, at any time of day. The tragedy of everyday life, most likely. With this album, Lou-Adriane wins the Coup de coeur prize, given by the Académie Charles Cros in France.

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