On April 9th, Coeur de Pirate will play an intimate concert in Monaco. The Québécoise will perform songs from her latest album, which is a jump into the gray areas of her past.
It’s been 10 years since Beatrice Martin, better known as Cœur de pirate, made her entrance on to the pop-rock scene. Ten years in which she has sold more than a million albums. Today, they are 3 million fans who play her songs on loop via different streaming platforms!
An album that reveals intimate pain
From the beginning of her career in 2008, the singer immediately imposed herself on the other side of the Atlantic. But the 150 sold-out concerts played in more than 10 countries (Canada, United States, France, Germany, England, Spain, Italy…) during her Roses tour, her previous album, have consecrated her as a sure thing and an essential part of the international music scene.
This Monaco appearance is a relatively small event as the singer-songwriter takes the stage at the Grimaldi Forum on April 9th. She will sing tracks from her last album, her fourth solo work. Released on June 1, 2017 in France, En cas de tempête, ce jardin sera fermé (Mercury) reveals her most intimate wounds. Alcohol, depression, separation and even marital rape, the album explores the gray areas of life that Béatrice Martin had previously kept out of the public sphere. These charged ingredients offer an intimate, sometimes confusing record, wherein the Quebec singer lays it all out on the table in a collection of ten tracks that are emotional, intense, passionate and tormented.
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*Article originally published on the French edition of the Monaco Tribune.