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Cœur de Pirate
Roses [Deluxe Edition] (Aug 28, 2015)

Cœur de Pirate — Roses [Deluxe Edition] (Aug 28, 2015)

  Cœur de Pirate — Roses [Deluxe Edition] (Aug 28, 2015)  Cœur de Pirate — Roses [Deluxe Edition] (Aug 28, 2015)♠   Quebecois písničkářka Beatrice Martin, aka Cœur de Pirate, není žádnou cizinkou pro q studio — odtud zní víc v pohodě, než kdy jindy, když sdílí písně a příběhy ze svého nadcházejícího pátého alba, “Roses”.
♠   Je snad ironií pro posuzování toho, jaký “posun” znamená toto album pro ni? Je to její první dvojjazyčné vydání a přechod na psaní v angličtině v ní tak dráždilo nervy, že raději přizvala svého přítele Toma Powera ke korekci svých textů.
♠   Naštěstí, to lehké váhání není nikde k nalezení při poslechu krásných nových písní. Beatrice uvádí svého hosta Toma k líčení o tom, jak se vyvinula v průběhu let, a to jako skladatelka i jako člověk.    © Beatrice Martin, a.k.a. Coeur de Pirate, in Studio q with Tom Power. (Eleanor Knowles, CBC)
♠   Writing so much in English was a practical challenge to Montreal’s Beatrice Martin. “I got it proofread,” she concedes. Cœur de Pirate is the solo project of singer Béatrice Martin. She has been playing piano since age 3 and released her acclaimed debut album in 2008. After touring extensively, she was nominated for and won several awards in Canada and France. In November 2011, Martin released her highly–anticipated second effort "Blonde" co–produced by Howard Bilerman (Arcade Fire, The Dears) and herself. Born: September 22, 1989 in Montréal, Québec, Canada
Notable instruments: Singing, Piano, Melodica
Location: Outremont ~~ Montréal, Québec, Canada
Album release: August 28, 2015
Record Label: Dare To Care
Duration:     54:00
01. Oceans Brawl      5:10
02. Oublie–moi      3:36
03. Crier tout bas      4:21
04. I Don’t Want to Break Your Heart (feat. Allan Kingdom)      4:05
05. Drapeau blanc      3:25
06. Undone      3:12
07. Tu oublieras mon nom      3:13
08. Cast Away      3:17
09. The Way Back Home      3:43
10. Our Love      2:42
11. The Climb (Bonus)      3:18
12. Can’t Get Your Love (Bonus)      3:30
Deluxe Edition
13. Carry On (Bonus)      3:36
14. Oceans Brawl (Ash Workman Version — Bonus)      2:46
15. Oublie–moi (Felix Cartal Remix — Bonus)      4:06
℗ 2015 Dare To Care  © Coeur de pirate en spectacle au parc de la francophonie dans le cadre du Festival d'été de Québec, le samedi 6 juillet 2013. DIDIER DEBUSSCHÈRE/JOURNAL DE QUÉBEC/AGENCE QMI
Carry On:
♠   Writing & Composing: Béatrice Martin
♠   Producer: Bjorn Yttling
♠   Recorded in Stockholm
♠   Mastering by Marc Thériault — Le Lab Mastering
All others:
♠   Music and lyrics by Béatrice Martin
♠   Additionnal lyrics on I Don’t Want To Break Your Heart by Allan Kingdom
♠   Produced by Björn Yttling, Ash Workman and Rob Ellis
♠   Pre–production by Renaud Bastien
♠   Mixed by Lasse Mårtén
♠   Additional mixing on I Don’t Want To Break Your Heart by Ash Workman
♠   Mastered by Marc Thériault at Le Lab Mastering
♠   Additional recording by Pascal Sheftheshy at Studio PM
♠   A&R — Eli Bissonnette and Antoine Dathanat
♠   Executive Production by Eli Bissonnette, Jeanne Joly and Audrey Canuel
♠   Artwork by Hsiao–Ron Cheng © Cœur de pirate fait un retour sur scène plus intime en 2013. 7 mai 2013. PIERRE–PAUL POULIN/LE JOURNAL DE ONTRÉAL/AGENCE QMI 
Félix Awards:
♠   The Félix Awards are presented by the Association du disque, de l'industrie du spectacle québécois to artists from Quebec. Martin has won four awards from 13 nominations.
Canadian Independent Music Awards:
♠   Martin has been nominated for five Canadian Independent Music Awards, of which she has won one.
Victoires de la Musique:
♠   The Victoires de la Musique is an annual French award ceremony. Martin has won one award from four nominations.Review
By Andrea Warner, Published Aug 26, 2015 ♠ Score: 9
♠   Thundering drums, strings taking flight, choruses like tidal waves; Roses is Béatrice Martin's biggest and boldest vision yet as Coeur de pirate. The atmospherics and production are wilder, colder and lusher than Martin's previous two records. The expansiveness, in part, is Martin's decision to push herself outside her comfort zone, leaving Montreal and collaborating with producers Bjorn Yttling (Robyn, Lykke Li), Rob Ellis (PJ Harvey, Bat For Lashes, Cold Specks) and Ash Workman (Metronomy). This is art–pop at its finest.
♠   Daring herself to experiment sonically doesn't detract from Roses' vulnerability. In fact, Martin never hides her pirate heart. On the anthemic lead single "Carry On" (English and French versions brilliantly bookend Roses, bringing the listener and Martin full circle), she turns hardship into something beautiful, creating a past that informs elements of the present, but doesn't dictate it.
♠   In both English and French, Martin dares to map the highs and intense lows of her experiences ("Cast Away" and "Oceans Brawl" are standouts): moving through heartbreak, discovering new sources of joy (motherhood), fighting for love, coming out the other side. In generously articulating the full spectrum of her feelings, Martin shows us a story of surviving and, eventually, thriving. ♠   http://exclaim.ca/Artist Biography by Jason Birchmeier
♠   Coeur de Pirate is a Québécoise singer/songwriter and pianist who made her acclaimed eponymous album debut in 2008 and eventually rose to Top Five success in France the following year with her smash hit single "Comme des Enfants." Born Beatrice Martin on September 22, 1989, in Quebec, Canada, she began playing piano at age three and was educated in Montreal. She began her recording career in 2007, posting demo versions of her songs on MySpace. Around this same time, she began playing keyboards in the acclaimed Montreal–based indie pop band Bonjour Brumaire. ♠   As a solo artist, she made her full–length album debut in 2008 with the eponymous album Coeur de Pirate on the label Grosse Boîte. While the album was championed right away by indie pop scenesters in Quebec, it caught on more steadily from a commercial standpoint and was given a big boost when photographer Francis Vachon used the album track "Ensemble" in a YouTube video that became a viral hit on the Internet. Nominated for Francophone Album of the Year at the 2009 Juno Awards, Coeur de Pirate was released in France in 2009 in association with Universal Music. It became a big hit there, reaching the Top Ten of the French albums chart for several weeks in summer 2009 and spawning the Top Five hit single "Comme des Enfants." The French version of Coeur de Pirate features a duet with Nouvelle Star season five winner Julien Doré on the song "Pour un Infidèle" whereas the Canadian version features a duet with Jimmy Hunt. In addition to her solo work as Coeur de Pirate, Martin founded Pearls, an English–language side project that made its debut on MySpace. ♠   http://www.allmusic.com/
Website: http://musique.coeurdepirate.com/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/beatricepirate
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coeurdepirate.officiel
Tumblr: http://beatriceisaunicorn.tumblr.com/
By: Nick Patch The Canadian Press, Published on Wed Aug 26 2015
♠   http://www.thestar.com/entertainment/music/2015/08/26/coeur-de-pirate-crosses-the-language-barrier-with-roses.htmlDiscography:
♠   Cœur de pirate    (2008)
♠   Blonde    (2011)
♠   Trauma    (2014)
♠   Child of Light    (2014, soundtrack for video game Child of Light)
♠   Roses    (2015)
Personal life:
♠   On February 29, 2012, Martin announced on Twitter and Facebook that she was expecting a girl with her fiancé, Alex Peyrat, a tattoo artist. Martin and Peyrat were married later that year on July 26 and their daughter Romy was born on September 4.

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