Montreal, Monday, February 1st, 2010 – Finally, she’s back… and she couldn’t wait a minute more to be back on stage again playing her music. Martine Groulx, aka Camaromance is presenting a third album called The Parade available on Tuesday, March 2nd on her own label Lazy at Work.
Those who were there at the Festival de musique émergente en Abitibi-Témiscamingue last September, where Camaromance sang her new songs in front of people for the first time, were surprised: she gained so much in maturity and feminity since her second album Different Paths in 2006. A perfect mix between Americana music and folk/pop sensibility, The Parade is the album of a women now in full control of her destiny, who is now leading the parade instead of watching it. You can already listen to the song The Great Divide right here!
Produced by Serge Nakauchi Pelletier (Pawa Up First, guitariste de Beast) and mixed by Alexandre Fallu (Damien Robitaille, Yann Perreau, Thomas Hellman), The Parade also includes collaborations by François Plante (Plaster, For Those About to Love, Dumas), Alex McMahon (Plaster, Yann Perreau, Ariane Moffatt), Jérôme Dupuis-Cloutier (Le Roi Poisson, Le Citoyen) and Tasha Cyr (The Darling DeMaes).
Canadian tour in March
After the album launch on March 3rd at the Divan Orange where she will perform some of her new songs, Camaromance will kick off a tour of Western Canada to promote the album. Her official Montreal show will happen later this spring.
March 11th: Loplops (Sault Ste. Marie, ON)
March 12th: The Apollo (Thunder Bar, ON)
March 13th: Lo Pub (Winnipeg, MN)
March 14th: The Exchange (Regina, SK)
March 15th: Haven Social Club (Edmonton, AB)
March 16th: Vern’s (Calgary, AB)
March 17th: The Cottage Bistro (Vancouver, BC)
March 18th: The Main (Vancouver, BC)
March 19th: The Streaming Café (Kelowna, BC)
Ready to join the Parade? The invitation is now in your hands …