Good Day Noir Family,
our “E.A.Poets Approved/Bands We Like” section is dedicated to Keegan Chambers, I discovered this artist on Spotify, and liked the epic vibes of her songs.
Listening to Keegan Chambers’ music you immediately feel transported to another era.
A time of knights and ladies, castles and battles for power, an epic and exciting time of continuous adventures.
An ethereal, magical and strong voice makes you literally travel, you feel like you are on a drone flying over the immense Canadian forests and from that perspective you look down and see many stories that develop, stories of past lives, dropped into a fantasy atmosphere.
The sounds of this artist are very refined and they wink, even if in a lighter and kinder way, to those of Nightwish, Epica etc.
Each nuance is the result of a long research and also the production and the mix are of high level, supervised by the wise hand of producer Daniel Tsourounis.
This music finds a perfect balance between past and future and manages to keep the listener glued to the speakers from the first to the last second.
Not Waiting is Keegan Chambers’ Single Out Now!
A magical voice for a magical artist!
This electronic pop/indie rock song looks and sounds like it could be the intro to your new favourite binge-worthy HBO series.
Finding herself at an emotional crossroads, Keegan wrote the song as an exercise in psyching herself up to lay her heart on the line and get some answers. Once producer, Daniel Tsourounis, got involved however, the track took an unexpected turn – which they both agree, was for the better.
After applying for, and receiving Factor Canada’s Artist Development grant, the pair have been busy cooking up a collection of new tunes they intend to release over the next several months.
“Not Waiting” was recorded and produced during quarantine and the video was shot shortly after covid restrictions eased up in Toronto.
Though Keegan has previously released a single and an EP, she explains that this new single is “a truer reflection of her sound” moving forward – which we should be hearing a lot of in 2021.