adoptive daughter dabbles skillfully with electro-pop and trip-hop productions, injecting each and every one of them with the same candor and irresistible melancholy she got us used to.
Born in Quebec City and raised on the crest of the early-2000’s skate-punk and emo wave, the artist spent the two last years releasing a series of singles before eventually hitting the studio for the production of a first EP. Drawing inspiration from the blurry outlines of her own childhood, the young woman decided to take a hard look at all those questions left unanswered, positionning herself as both the observer and the protagonist of this yet-to-be-finished novel.
Entitled Princess of the Dead, this first EP also tackles the painful traumas of an adolescence spent on the outskirts of social conventions, as the record’s title references the nickname given to her years ago by high school bullies looking for an easy target. Determined to reappropriate this ghoulish moniker that had once been forced upon her, the musician manages to cast out her inner demons with the grace and maturity of a woman poised not to let others dictate the terms of her own identity.