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Claudia Bouvette unveils Miss Blumenfeld, her very first composition in French

Claudia Bouvette presents Miss Blumenfeld, her second single via Bonsound. After spending more than a decade working in Quebec's cultural landscape, Claudia Bouvette kicked off her return to music earlier this fall by announcing she was joining the Montreal-based record label. Shortly after followed the release of BBZ, an ultra catchy electro-pop and funk-rock first track, which quickly took over pop playlists across multiple streaming platforms. Today, the singer continues her bloomling debut with Miss Blumenfeld, a dreamy, pop single about her state of indecision, as she constantly finds herself in the midst of all sorts of dilemmas, but tries to learn about herself through these heartbreaking situations.

Claudia's first song in French, Miss Blumenfeld, was written last winter in a cottage in Île d'Orléans. On the raw ballad, she describes a bittersweet heartbreak and reflects on a sense of guilt and regret for leaving someone out in the cold, as she tries to understand her indecisive nature. Entre les ombres, ma solitude me rappelle que j’avance sans toi, she sings of her solitude on the chorus.

Having composed the majority of the song with her midi keyboard, Claudia added a synth-bass line and invited Vincent Roberge (Les Louanges) to incorporate a guitar line. Upon her return to Montreal, she completed the track in the studio with her long-time collaborator Connor Seidel, as well as Max Bellavance (Chiiild, The Brooks), who joined them to give it a unique and organic tone.