Ottawa-based French Canadian singer-songwriter and dancer, Marie-Clo’s eclectic indie-pop tackles current themes & conscious lyrics, but also conjures a colourful and enchanted world.
Marie-Clo’s first English EP – Shell(e) Pt. I – speaks of strange times as a hockey wife, reconnecting with womanhood & behaviours that permeate sexism.
New single, “Animals Eating People,” points out the irony in how some men treat women like animals, how humans treat animals, and how women treat women. With very clear visions for her world, Marie-Clo brought in choreographer Mackenzie Carlson and director Mario Daoust to help make the official music video a reality with their own expertise.
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Marie-Clo began her artistic career on stages worldwide performing in musicals but soon honed in on her true passion project, music. Her new album is slated to be released in 2021, produced by Polaris-shortlisted drummer/ producer Olivier Fairfield (Fet Nat, Timber Timbre, Leif Vollebek), with the support of the Ontario Arts Council, the Canada Council for the Arts, and FACTOR.
In 2017, Marie-Clo won TFO’s pan-Canadian TV search for francophone artists and was invited to participate at the Granby International Song Festival as well as at the Petite- Vallée Song Festival.Share this :