Martin Larose Consoles The Temporarily Broken

The singer-guitarist offers another glimpse into this upcoming LP Hek Of A Ride.


Martin Larose helps you pick up the pieces with his new single Temporarily Broken — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

A soul-stirring glimpse into the singer-songwriter’s upcoming album Hek Of A Ride, Temporarily Broken showcases the distinctive blend of atmospheric ambience and intricate musicianship that has garnered Larose acclaim. The track’s captivating mix of acoustic troubadourism and alt-country builds to a chorus driven by the unique harmonica stylings of Guy Bélanger.

Inspired by musical greats like Michael Hedges, Eddie Van Halen, Steve Howe, Chris Whitley and Pete Townshend, Larose has crafted a unique style that captured the attention of the music community. His work has been featured in Guitar World, he is a regular guest at Quebec’s International Guitar Show, and he has mesmerized audiences at jazz and blues festivals, solidifying his reputation as a virtuoso musician.

Larose’s artistic journey finds him splitting his time between making his own music and producing albums for others at his state-of-the-art recording facility Studio Septentrio in Jonquière. His artistic ambitions extend beyond music — he has also served as producer and host of the TV show Studio Boréal, while he and his wife directed the music documentary Les Cordes Insensibles.

As an independent artist, Larose has released six albums, with Hek Of A Ride — co-written with lyricist Nath Farley — promising to be a masterful addition to his discography. Listen to Temporarily Broken above, hear more from Martin Larose below, and ride over to his website, Facebook and Instagram.


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