The muses of La Musa: Julie Doiron

Over fifteen years of career and an illustrious past in the seminal Eric’s Trip have made the Canadian Julie Doiron one of the most well-loved and respected names in contemporary indie. Halfway between bedroom folk and the fringes of rock, the Moncton artist has written highly emotional songs such as “Broken Girl”, “Heart And Crime” and “Goodnight Nobody” and has still had time to collaborate with Phil Elverum and Chad VanGaalen. After “So Many Days”, her most recent studio album released in 2012, the Canadian singer put out “Homeless” last year with The Wrong Guys, a single on which she sounds even more polished and gravelly. She is currently working on a mini-LP with adaptations of some of her best compositions in Spanish that will be called “Julie Doiron canta en Español Vol. II”. Tonight in concert at Primavera Sound  at 7PM in Sala Teatre.

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