The upcoming album by Kandle Osborne, set to release in spring 2024, features “St. Paul’s” as its second single. A hypnotic -and sexy- waltz through the corridors of pain and grief, St. Paul’s is catharsis in the face of despair. Coming back bolder than ever, self-produced and in charge, this fearless chanteuse shows us once again that her cinematic, raw songwriting can’t be packaged up and put in one simple category. With a wide range of influences ranging from Portishead to PJ Harvey, “St Paul’s” is just a taste of the highly anticipated upcoming album from one of Canada’s finest songwriters.
Alternative spooky rock crooner
# of Albums:
Set The Fire
Live A Lie
Favourite musician growing up:
Tie between Kurt Cobain and Billie Holiday hah!
Favourite musician now:
Guilty pleasure song:
Butterfly by Crazy Town
Live show ritual:
Anxiety attack, boxing, soul dance party, silly vocal warm-ups, shot of bourbon and shot of pepto-let’s go!
Favourite local musician:
EP or LP?
Early bird or night owl?
Road or studio?
Where can we follow you?
Rapid Fire Local Questions:
What is your favourite local restaurant?
What is your favourite street in your city and why?
Bernard – first place I stayed when I came to Montreal to play Barfly for Pop Montreal when I was just 17. Fell in love. The street is so beautiful and strange.
What is your favourite park in your city and why?
Jarry Park- would often go there to watch the big dogs play and write songs. What more could a girl ask for?
What is your favourite music venue in your city?
To play? Théâtre Fairmount,
To party? L’esco