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Renée Catrine Blossoms with Her Second LP From The Garden

The Brooklyn artist's second LP fits on a mixtape with Arcade Fire & Coeur de Pirate.

Renée Catrine sows the seeds of artistic growth on her sophomore album From The Garden — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

Bouncing between gritty upbeat rock tracks and soft emotive ballads, the Brooklyn-based artist’s latest release stays true to her alternative style, while displaying her lyrical gifts and head-bobbing melodies to listeners.

From The Garden is meant to reflect the abundance of moments we experience and how they differ from one another. Catrine compares this energy to a garden whose shapes and colours transform from day to day, never being captured in the same way twice. The album’s anthem Enough showcases themes of reflection and perseverance, capturing the record’s main message while asking listeners to rise above our self-imposed limitations:

“The heights we could rise
If we dared just to begin
How far we could run
If we dared just this time to believe
We were enough.”

The tracks that make up From The Garden were created in Brooklyn, with the exception of Les Laurentides and Winter Town, which were written in Quebec City. Having spent most of her life surrounded by music, Catrine’s musical background prepared her for From The Garden. Pulling inspiration from diverse artists like Arcade Fire and Coeur de Pirate, Catrine’s alternative pop-rock style shines.

Listen to From The Garden below, check out Enough above and visit Renée Catrine on her website, Facebook and Twitter.