Following the breakthrough success of her first two singles “Ça va ça va” and “Ce qu’il reste”, Quebec City-based Lou-Adriane Cassidy presents her anticipated debut album “C'est la fin du monde à tous les jours”. A finalist at Quebec’s star-making competitions Festival de la Chanson de Granby and Les Francouvertes, she’s been an artist to watch for countless tastemakers.
With several of Quebec’s major festivals under her belt, she’s also opened for many notable national and international acts including Patrice Michaud, Émile Bilodeau, Gabrielle Shonk, Fishbach, and Jane Birki. She’s also lent her vocals to breakthrough albums by Hubert Lenoir and Keith Kouna. In a short period of time, the twenty-two year old singer-songwriter’s has show preternatural maturity in both her craft and performances.
Recalling the greats of 70’s French pop, Cassidy’s lyricism walks a fine line between dark and light, illustrating humanity’s stark dualism. Charting the vertiginous path from teenage to adulthood, Lou-Adrianne Cassidy is a raw and unfiltered new voice in the Quebec music scene, equal parts optimism and realism.