Julie Doiron - Désormais

Julie began her career in music in 1990 at the age of 18 in Moncton, NB, playing bass in Eric's Trip, one of the most revered canadian indie-rock groups ever. The first of many maritime Canadians signed to SubPop, Eric's Trip found international recognition until their break-up in 1996.

In the fall of 2001, Julie released her debut french language recording, Desormais. The companion english-language CD, heart & crime, was released in April 2002. Both records rely on minimal arrangements to propel familiar themes of self-doubt, hope, longing and sadness.

"With Doiron's low, brown-eyed voice and muted guitar tones way up front, Desormais is the best kind of easy listening--melancholy, dignified and graftable to any set of woes." - Philadelphia Weekly

Learn more about this artist at http://www.juliedoiron.com.

Learn more about Endearing Records at http://www.endearingrecords.com/.

Possible influences include: Wooden Stars, Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen

1. Julie Doiron - Ce Charmant Coeur - Listen!
2. Julie Doiron - La Jeune Amoureuse - Listen!
3. Julie Doiron - Faites De Beaux Ràªves - Listen!
4. Julie Doiron - Don't Ask - Listen!
5. Julie Doiron - Le Piano - Listen!
6. Julie Doiron - Tu Es Malades - Listen!
7. Julie Doiron - Au Contraire - Listen!
8. Julie Doiron - Pour Toujours - Listen!
9. Julie Doiron - Penses-Donc (Tu Es Seule) - Listen!
10. Julie Doiron - Faites De Beaux Ràªves - Listen!

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Album File Size - MP3 Format - 43.84 MB