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February 1st, 2024

Laurence-Anne reveals a new music video for Vitesse and announces Mexican tour dates

September 8th, 2023

Laurence-Anne releases Oniromancie, her third album!

September 6th, 2023

Laurence-Anne releases the distressing single Vitesse two days before the release of Oniromancie, her third album

July 5th, 2023

Laurence-Anne enchants us with Flores, a new single in Spanish

May 17th, 2023

Laurence-Anne unveils Politesse and announces the release of Oniromancie, her third album

March 28th, 2023

FELP (aka Félix Petit) and Laurence-Anne unveil Dino, a new soaring and offbeat single

March 15th, 2023

Laurence-Anne embodies the nocturnal world on the bewitching Polymorphe

October 6th, 2022

The 2022 GAMIQ nominations

June 1st, 2022

Laurence-Anne, P'tit Belliveau and Les Louanges in the running for the SOCAN Songwriting Prize

March 11th, 2022

Bonsound at SXSW 2022

February 14th, 2022

Laurence-Anne unveils the music video for Pájaros, her first song in Spanish

December 7th, 2021

GAMIQ 2021: A successful night for Bonsound artists

November 23rd, 2021

Laurence-Anne celebrates the 1st anniversary of Musivision with a unique concert

November 5th, 2021

ADISQ: A look back at the 2021 First Gala and the Industry Gala

October 13th, 2021

2021 GAMIQ nominations

September 22nd, 2021

2021 ADISQ Nominations

August 25th, 2021

Laurence-Anne unveils a DIY music video for Strange Feeling and announces tour dates slated for this fall

April 23rd, 2021

Laurence-Anne releases her second album, Musivision

April 21st, 2021

Laurence-Anne presents Tempête, a new single off Musivison

April 1st, 2021

Bonsound partners with Anniversary Group

Laurence-Anne unveils Nyx and announces the release of her sophomore album, Musivision

Laurence-Anne presents Nyx, a new song from Musivision, her second album due out on April 23rd via Bonsound. The track’s piercing bass, bombastic synth line and vivid rhythmic élan spread a powerful warmth that breaks away from the subdued, melancholic atmosphere of Indigo, released a few weeks ago. Together, the two songs embody the emotional and musical duality that prevails on this sophomore album, now available for pre-order.

The inspiration behind the playful visual that accompanies Nyx came from the red costume Laurence-Anne wears in a photo that appears on the album jacket. Joey Desjardins, who directed the music video and animations, explains that to create the character we see in action in the video, he wondered who could wear such a costume and what function a person dressed this way could occupy. I figured it would look good on a kind of alien worker cloistered in a small room in the middle of space, in a strange galaxy. The clip depicts his shift at the control center of the Labyrinth.

With Nyx, Laurence-Anne creates a surprising rift in her young career. The funky, disco-inspired second single was written by Laurence-Anne while she was on a creative retreat in Marsoui, Gaspésie, before being completely revamped with the help of her musicians. I'd written a pretty soft version of the song, and then when it came time to record it, we went somewhere else entirely. The previous evening, we had spent the night dancing to the music of Munich Machine. We became fans after just one listen, she says of Italo disco pioneer Giorgio Moroder's obscure project. In the morning it was obvious to everyone that we wanted to make a four-on-the-floor song, and that's the one we picked.

Musivision, Laurence-Anne’s sophomore album, was recorded at studio B-12 in Valcourt, taking shape alongside her loyal musicians Naomie De Lorimier, David Marchand and Ariel Comtois. Co-produced by Félix Petit (Bellflower, Les Louanges), Musivision also benefits from the contribution of guitarist Julian Perreault (Corridor), star drummer Samuel Joly (Klaus, Marie-Pierre Arthur) and producer Jesse Mac Cormack.