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Maude Audet

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Maude Audet is a peaceful, yet brilliant force. With a precise and ethereal voice that is truly her own, the singer-songwriter and musician delicately unveils her thoughtful and powerful words. Involved in every creative aspect of her project, she has found her unmistakable sound, which combines folk, vintage pop, and subtle psychedelic accents, inspired by the simple joys of home and the love for her people.

With three studio albums under her belt—Nous sommes le feu (2015), Comme une odeur de déclin (2017) and Tu ne mourras pas (2020)—the singer-songwriter continues to shine her light on everyday life, earning accolades and acclaim along the way.

After taking advantage of the forced leave brought by the lockdown to unveil Sessions de mai, she makes her first foray into the language of Cohen with Translations, a full-length album released in the spring of 2021.

A peaceful, yet brilliant force, Maude Audet has carved out her own individual path in Quebec’s musical landscape. Her music reflects both her bold aspirations and her need for the warm comforts of the day to day. With a precise and ethereal voice that is truly her own, the singer-songwriter and musician delicately unveils her thoughtful and powerful words. Involved in every creative aspect of her project, she has found her unmistakable sound, which combines folk, vintage pop, and subtle psychedelic accents, inspired by the simple joys of home and the love for her people.

The past decade has been marked by stellar achievements and acclaim for Audet, confirming her status as a relevant and enduring creative voice. She has graced the world with three studio albums—Nous sommes le feu (2015), Comme une odeur de déclin (2017), and Tu ne mourras pas (2020). In 2019, she was also given carte blanche by the Coup de cœur francophone festival to put together Le soir aux mille soleils, a special show combining poetry and music. That same year, her single “Ana” led to a spontaneous association with UNICEF Canada. And she continues to shine her light on everyday life, earning accolades and recognition along the way.

In 2018, Maude Audet was nominated at the ADISQ gala for Alternative Album of the Year, and she took home the Lucien award for Folk Album of the Year. 2020 brought a new GAMIQ nomination for her latest opus, Tu ne mourras pas, which also made it into the end-of-year music lists of many media, including La Presse, Le Devoir, Le Journal de Montréal, and CISM. Recorded at Hotel2Tango, using rather old-school methods that go against current trends, Tu ne mourras pas delivers a universal, authentic message. Each song transports the listener to a universe chosen by the artist, as if the singer were telling her own stories, while also telling ours. Her extraordinary ability to connect with others also plays out on stage, where she creates an intimate bubble with her audience.

As the days of this new year unfold like recurring, waking dreams, Maude Audet shows up in new and unexpected ways. After taking advantage of the forced leave brought by the lockdown to unveil Sessions de mai, she makes her first foray into the language of Cohen with Translations, released in the spring of 2021. This full-length album will feature adaptations of some of her most noteworthy songs. While she is unafraid to tackle heavy themes, everything Maude Audet produces is filled with joy and a sense of lightness. And this may well provide a welcome relief in these uncertain times.

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