Feathership is the moniker for Jean-Philippe Sauvé’s musical project. First assembled as a six-piece indie-rock band that was for a brief moment the most talked-about rookie act from Montreal, Feathership eventually morphed into a more personal and subdued affair, putting Sauvé’s delicate songsmith abilities to the forefront.
On the new Peace Talks EP, Feathership displays once again its knack for memorable melodies and cinematographic moods, accompanied by Christian Sean (Hippie Hourrah, Sofia Bel) and a wide array of the best of the Montreal music scene: Guido del Fabbro (collaborator for Pierre Lapointe), Laurence-Anne (member of La Sécurité and prominent Quebec artist in her own right), Jason Bajada and Mat Vezio, among others. The new opus builds on the success of The West Side EP in 2020, that saw Feathership earn kudos from media and radio in Quebec and across Canada.
On Peace Talks, Feathership explores very different soundscapes on each song, whether it be the epic sound of songs Dream Aloud and Fragments United, the French-bossa vintage vibe on Tant Étrange or the hushed timeless americana balladry of One by One. All songs address intertwined themes of nostalgia, return to innocence and the difficulty of reconciliation.
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