With angelic voices and beautifully woven folk melodies, Montreal trio Birds From Paradise are welcoming you into their cozy musical world with the release of their debut album "Birds"
"Birds" is filled to the brim with songs that highlight the trio’s delightful personalities while focusing on freedom, love and friendship, all values that are so dear to them. Although the tracks will surround you with graceful arrangements and cheerful tones and melodies, as you dig deeper into the storytelling you’ll find the lyrics boast stories of romance, personal struggles, loss of a loved one and encouragement, with a few surprises such as the foot-stompin’ track Flashover and the acapella lullaby Berceuse. It’s packed with emotion and vulnerability most artists aren’t able to capture on their debut album.
Influenced by artists such as Simon & Garfunkel, Kacey Musgraves and Angus and Julia Stone, Birds From Paradise is a perfectly balanced group: Lauri-Anne, nature and calm’s lover, Florence, with her festive energetic soul, and Olivia the nostalgic who collects memories from people surrounding her. The three young women met during their graduate scholarship in pop music and quickly realized that their voices would blend in flawless harmony.
Following their participation in various competitions, they created their first original compositions. Through these competitions, the Birds met Daniel Lepage from Studios Opus who produced and helped them throughout the album’s recording.
You can listen to "Birds" the debut album here.