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Louise Burns

After getting her start as an 11-year-old bassist/vocalist in the Canadian teen pop-punk group Lillix, Louise Burns moved on when the band splintered in the mid-2000s. She began working as a solo artist and also joined the alt-rock trio the Blue Violets. Her first solo record, Mellow Drama, was released in 2011 by Vancouver-based Light Organ Records. On it Burns explored various styles, ranging from smoky jazz ballads and country laments to jangly girl group-inspired pop. Her next album, 2013's Midnight Mass, was co-produced by the Raveonettes' Sune Rose Wagner and featured songs driven by Burns' love of '80s synth pop. In 2017, Burns returned with her sophomore full-length, Young Mopes, which featured backing from Ladyhawk's Darcy Hancock and Ryan Peters. Included on the album was the single "Storms." ~ Tim Sendra
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Louise Burns

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Louise Burns

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Louise Burns

  1.   Song
  2.   What Do You Wanna Do
  3.   Young Mopes
  4.   Clean
  5.   Dig
  6.   Island Vacation
  7.   Drop Names Not Bombs
  8.   Teen Angst
  9.   Pharaoh
  10.   The Lodger
  11.   Paper Cup
  12.   Mother of Earth
  13.   The Artist
  14.   Street Walking
  15.   Hysteria
  16.   Sea Song
  17.   Emerald's Shatter
  18.   Burning Bridges
  19.   San Andreas
  20.   Downtown Lights
  21.   Chinook (Sing From The Valley Of Doubt)
  22.   Moonlight Shadow
  23.   Who's The Madman
  24.   Don't Like Sunny Days
  25.   Storms
  26.   Heaven
  27.   Ocean Grey
  28.   Ruby
  29.   Jasper
  30.   He's My Woman
  31.   Strange Weather

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