Camille Delean’s new album ‘Cold House Burning‘ was released in July, a follow up to the Montreal based singer’s debut of 2017 ‘Music On the Grey Mile.‘ The new material appears prescient in that it covers the inertia brought on by an illness – it’s a study in homebound routine, isolation, small victories and defeats. Does that sound at all familiar?
‘Fault Line (Late July)‘ itself specifically explores dangers – both physical and psychological as Camille Delean explains: “It’s a hyper-anxious way of moving through the world. Full of warnings, as if being alive meant getting away with something. A snapshot of a state of mind: a good place to visit, but not to linger.”
Photo: Nathalie Delean