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Julie Doiron

Julie Doiron

Matt Williams
Matt Williams
Matt Williams
Matt Williams

Julie Doiron is back with I Thought Of You, her first solo record since 2012’s So Many Days. In her time away from the spotlight she has remained entwined with music; releasing a critically acclaimed record with Julie and The Wrong Guys, reworking some of her work in Spanish for Acuarela Records and collaborating with Mount Eerie. These are the latest additions to Julie’s long history of collaboration, working with the likes of Gord Downie, Herman Dune and the unforgettable Eric’s Trip, the first Canadian band signed to American record label Sub Pop.

Ever the bountiful songwriter, Julie had been writing songs in the 9 years since her last solo record, keeping them close and waiting to head back to the studio. When the time came, she enlisted close friends to collaborate: brothers Daniel and Ian Romano and Quebecois songwriter Dany Placard. The resulting album, I Thought Of You, is a return of the breath and fire of Julie Doiron.

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Awards & Recognition
  • Nominated on the long list of the Polaris Music Prize for I Thought of You
  • Nominated on the short list of the Polaris Music Prize for Woke Myself Up
  • Winner of the Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year for Julie Doiron and the Wooden Stars
Press Quotes

It's a fateful day when Julie Doiron releases a new solo album, and with I Thought of You, her first release of that kind in nine years, is the rekindling of an old friendship.

CBC Music

Throughout these songs, Doiron shines as a vocalist. She has remarkable control over her voice, folding simple sentences like origami to reveal surprising detail.

ManagementCostume Records
PublishingSecretly Group