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ELSIANE RELEASE THEIR “UNSTABLE” SINGLE AND ANNOUNCE THEIR NEXT FULL LENGTH ALBUM DEATH OF THE ARTIST DUE OUT NEXT YEAR

After a four year hiatus from releasing new music, Montreal duo Elsiane, have released “Unstable,”  the first single from their new album Death of the Artist – coming out early next year. Watch “Unstable” on YouTube

The duo, singer/musician/composer Elsieanne Caplette and drummer Stephane Sotto first met in their hometown of Montreal and had instant musical chemistry, despite having completely different backgrounds. Sotto is self-taught and instinctive, where Caplette’s multi-instrumentalism and extraordinary keening voice emerged from classical training in Lima, Peru. The diversity of their backgrounds, along with their shared sensibilities and common influences ranging from jazz, to rock, electronic and world music  has shaped the distinct and ethereal beauty of their music.

The duo released their debut album Hybrid in 2007 to great critical acclaim. This lead to touring with Delerium and Beast,  festivals including the Montreal International Jazz Festival, the Toronto International Film Festival, Osheaga and M for Montreal. High profile collaborations followed with Olivier Dufour on the soundtrack for Quebec City’s 400th Anniversary celebrations; with the German electronic maestros Booka Shade and the Montreal-based Cirque du Soleil.

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