Montreal-based singer Florie-Laure “LAURIA” Zadigue Dubé is back with her third and latest release. Contrary to your typical Valentine’s Day love song, My Love is about the pain, hurt and anger that love can bring.
A sensual rhythm for late nights spending time appreciating the subtleties of music in the style of The Weeknd, LAURIA’s newest single is different from her first two pop-centered bops, but just as committed to Lauria personal style.
Fans of the recent trends of pop meets trap will appreciate this latest offering. Her first singles Losing Me and I Got Me were soft pops songs, written for the average girl going through heartbreak. My Love is all about preventing the heartbreak: the sensuality in a woman’s confidence that can be heard in the instrumentality of the song, everything anyone’s looking for in a late night bop.
“When I write a song it’s about a feeling, even if it isn’t mine. I want to write works that are relatable to people’s own experiences.” – LAURIA
From the church choir to the pop/reggae fusion band NewDayz, LAURIA has honed her voice and style to arrive to this moment where she is now ready to launch her solo career.
“I’m happiest in front of the microphone when I know we’re turning a small idea into something that will matter. Every time I leave a recording session, I feel euphoria.” – LAURIA
Written and composed by LAURIA, My Love marks the beginning of a busy year. Stay tuned!
Lauria’s New Single is dropping Valentine’s Day. Be ready for the anthem of late-night car rides, setting the moods for great evenings and more.
“…one of the more thought-provoking and curious artists I’ve listened to this year…”
“fetching and provocative”
“one of the most talented performers and composers in indie R&B today”
“..quickly becoming the most buzzed about song of the summer and a serious contender for some of indie music’s top honors for 2018″
“There’s a underlying magic in this song that is hard to pinpoint, but
know that it’s worth diving into. Lauria seems like a very relatable and approachable
artist – something all audiences appreciate.”
TOO MUCH LOVE MAGAZINE
Florie-Laure “Lauria” Zadigue Dubé awoke her passion for singing when she was only two. As a child she was part of the choir of her church. From her first year in high school, Lauria became known as ‘the singer’ of her group, spending every lunch hour in the music class. She performed on stage at her school several times, published several videos on YouTube and took singing lessons. Eventually she crossed paths with a band in 2016 called NewDayz with whom she sang co-lead alongside her cousin performing pop/reggae fusion until they disbanded less than one year later.
Currently studying at Cocordia University, Lauria’s favorite times are really in the studio.
“I’m happiest in front of the microphone when I know we’re turning a small idea into something that will matter. Every time I leave a recording session, I feel euphoria.”
“Since I was a kid, another one of my uncles (who is now my manager) said he’d make me famous, now we’re ready!”
For more information please contact:
LAURIA (Montreal – Canada) : Tel. 1(438)-929-6999
Jean Sebastien Tardieu (Belgium) : Tel. 32.465.41.65.05
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