Coeur de Pirate made an iTunes Canada-exclusive live-EP, that features songs that we all know so well (Fondu au noir, Infidèle). But the most interesting song is a cover. Again, because that was the case also on her NRJ-session earlier this year. Then, she covered Air’s Playground Love. This time she made a gorgeous version of Etienne d’Aout, by Montreal’s finest Malajube. Here’s a fine video of Béatrice doing the song (in Canada).
Melanie Guay is a young Quebecoise, who debuts with a very fine EP. She hardened herself on the piano bar circuit, did some theater and took part of various concours. You know, the things young artists do. Love this gentile ballad.

Coeur de Pirate – Etienne d’aout
Malajube – Etienne d’aout
Melanie Guay – Pépite d’ame

Written by guuzbourg

French girls, singing. No, sighing. Making me sigh. Ah.

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