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Suspicious

Lou Canon

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1
Coma
Lou Canon
5:10
2
Steady Flow
Lou Canon
3:12
3
Thrill Me
Lou Canon
2:12
4
These Faces
Lou Canon
4:07
5
Who I Am
Lou Canon
3:31
6
Be What
Lou Canon
2:30
7
Inner Talk
Lou Canon
3:25
8
Fever
Lou Canon
4:32
9
Elevator
Lou Canon
3:37
10
Rosary
Lou Canon
3:28
11
Curtain Veil
Lou Canon
1:36
Total Playing Time    37:20
"Electronica songstress Lou Canon takes listeners on a trip ... her music is nocturnal, haunting and occasionally brooding and yet, a sense of invitation prevails and the pulse is healthy ... that’s some trip and so is Canon, a new adventurer in synthetic sounds and soulful miles-wide spaces."
- The Globe and Mail

"... it's exciting to listen to an emerging artist with such a clear vision (it's also good to be left wanting more when it comes to sugary, upbeat fare). The dire tone of Elevator, immediately after Fever, makes for another thrilling descent into Canon's anxiety-ridden style, her forte ... it's undeniable that Canon has a captivatingly unique point of view. Those qualities are sure to make her name spring to mind alongside artists like U.S. Girls, or even more brazen artists like Pharmakon."
- Exclaim!

The long-awaited second release from Toronto indie songstress Lou Canon comes six years after her 2011 debut, which put her at the vanguard of the city's bedroom electronic movement. With her enveloping, downtempo music, Canon has created a vibe steeped in style, self-assurance and effortless mystique. Suspicious, co-produced by Mark Lawson (Arcade Fire, Basia Bulat), is a soundtrack for the nighttime: roiling drumbeats and breathily expressive vocals lead through the dark corners of the innermost subconscious. Canon built excitement for the album with two advance digital singles, Coma and Fever.

"If I had to describe (Suspicious) in five words, they would be: gasping, cracking, bedroom, synthful, musk. I want my songs to leave the front door, go south at the end of the block, across the freeway, over the toll bridge, through the antenna, riding the waves, beyond the horizon, rising in the hot air, falling like rain and reverberating in that space between an eardrum and your imagination."
- Lou Canon
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