Laurence-Anne reinvents herself on her second album Musivision. This release is rich with dream-pop, art-rock, cosmic-funk and synthwave tones. Both a “collection of letters intended for a former secret lover” and “a soundtrack that resonates within the walls of a mysterious mansion”, the opus marks a turning point in the Montreal-based artist’s career.
Without completely abandoning the collegial, psychedelic approach that created her debut album, Première apparition, this time Laurence-Anne sought out a quiet nook in which to write her new songs. Settled in a small chalet in Marsoui, Gaspésie, the singer-songwriter created demos that were both tender and captivating.
Musivion, Laurence-Anne’s second album, was recorded at studio B-12 in Valcourt alongside her loyal bandmates Naomie De Lorimier, David Marchand and Ariel Comtois. Released on April 23rd 2021 via Bonsound, Musivision was co-produced by Félix Petit (Bellflower, Les Louanges) and features guitarist Julian Perreault (Corridor), star drummer Samuel Joly (Klaus, Marie-Pierre Arthur) and producer Jesse Mac Cormack.