JULIE DOIRON – ” I Thought Of You “

Posted: November 26, 2021 in MUSIC

Canadian singer-songwriter Julie Doiron is back with “I Thought of You”, her first album under her own name since 2012’s “So Many Days”. She shared “Darkness to Light” ahead of the upbeat, twang-tinged record, which features the French-language song “Et Mon Amour.” Doiron joined Phil Elverum for a collaborative album in 2019.

Everything is coming together in Julie Doiron’s world, from embracing her electric past, to embarking on a new and energetic phase of her solo career with some of the most upbeat and inspiring songs of her recording career. Julie Doiron is back with “I Thought Of You“, her first solo record since 2012’s “So Many Days“, emanating a radiative force with nothing more than her guitar and her unmistakably indomitable voice. In her time away from the solo spotlight she has remained deeply entwined with music, releasing a critically acclaimed record with members of Cancer Bats and Eamon McGrath as Julie and The Wrong Guys, translating some of her previous work for Spanish label Acuarela, and returning to her otherworldly collaboration with Mount Eerie for Lost Wisdom pt 2. On “I Thought Of You”, Julie enlists close and trusted friends: the uber-prolific and multi-talented Daniel Romano, superstar drummer Ian Romano, and Quebecois songwriter Dany Placard on bass. We live for these moments, when our dearest friends find their way back to the places they love, and we once again hear their voices rise back into our lives.

Released November 26th, 2021

Julie Dorion – Vocals, Guitar
Dany Placard – Bass
Daniel Romano – Guitars, Keys, Percussion
Ian Romano – Drums
Michael Feuerstack – Pedal Steel on Darkness To Light

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