The more you experience other cultures and enhance your life, the more that experience drips into your music. Combing through our inboxes this time around we have Shell (e) Pt II, the latest EP drop from artistic performer Marie-Clo. Originally starting her artistic career as a dancer for numerous musicals on the global stage, but pivoted when she discovered music production as her true passion. In 2017, Marie-Clo won TFO’s pan-Canadian tv search for francophone artists Planète BRBR and was given carte blanche to participate at the Granby International Song Festival 2018, as well as at the Petite- Vallée Song Festival 2018. Now with multiple drops under her belt and plenty of buzz, Marie-Clo is preparing the airwaves for her official full debut. Marie-Clo is currently teasing a brand new series of EPs, known as the Shell(e), that will fully released in 2021.
This time we are checking out the second drop in this series of EPs, known as Shell(e) Pt II. Primarily a feminist narrative in conception, Marie-Clo uses Shell(e) Pt II to help emphasize that a conversation needs to be had about feminism. A seasoned performer and an artistic comedian, Marie-Clo thrives in the indie-pop world and uses the genre as a vehicle for her overarching message. She has no problem tackling current events and issues through her soft, rhythmic, style or her conscious lyrics that flow through each note. The more and more we dive into the indie pop world with artists like Marie-Clo, the more we question what it actually means to be in the indie-pop world.
Makes sure you check out Shell(e) Pt II on Soundcloud below!
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