Born in Ontario, this Canadian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist started studying piano at the age of 4. Since she’s added bass and guitar as well. Now Toronto-based, she began her own label, Dead Daisy, in 1995 and debuted her first album “And Distrust It”. She made her major label debut in 1998 with “Public”. She joined David Bowie’s band in 1999 as backup singer and keyboardist.
Named after a ship who was unable to follow the stars due to thick clouds and sank in 1906, her new single draws a comparison to being adrift in an emotional storm. Taken from her upcoming album “Business & Pleasure”, expected on April 14th, it’s the laid-back rhythm, smooth brass and her ear-pleasing vocals that makes this blend of sunshine soul and mellow rock sound utterly enchanting.
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