Today, Claudia Bouvette presents Cowgirl Radio, an ode to freedom and nature. Following First Date, a collaboration with Sophia Bel released in June, Cowgirl Radio is a warm, playful pop song about escaping the city and getting lost in the wilderness.
With Cowgirl Radio, Claudia invites us to embrace wide open spaces and surrender to the call of adventure. Living in concrete / Toughens me up, it suffocates / Have you ever smelt the beach or the seaside / I dare you come with me through the riptide. The lyrics paint vivid scenes of nature's beauty, adamantly rejecting any form of compromise and defying urban constraints. Created with longtime producer Connor Seidel at the Tree House Studio, nestled amid serene landscapes just north of Montreal, the song embodies a nostalgic pop sensibility, skillfully fusing bold drum machines and mesmerizing synth leads.
Over the course of this past summer, Claudia performed across Quebec, including at some of the biggest festivals such as the FEQ and the International de montgolfières de Saint-Jean-sur-Richelie. The singer-songwriter has more shows scheduled for 2024, visit claudiabouvette.com for more details.