Burn The Louvre releases new single, “Alison”

Burn The Louvre

Hamilton, ON-based indie-rock duo, Burn The Louvre is back with their new single, “Alison”, which is the third single from the band’s debut LP, Silhouettes. The band is releasing the album as 11 separate singles (1 per month for 11 months).

“Alison” is a fun, charming indie-pop duet featuring singer-songwriter Stephanie Deshane on vocals and Andrew Billone of Hamilton rock band, Silvertone Hills on guitar and bass.

“Our third single, “Alison” is about a girl I know”, says lead singer Jordan Speare, “she was very nice and gave me some good advice after one of my gigs a long time ago. Most of the song is fiction, we didn’t really kiss or anything, I just borrowed her name for it because it worked really well with the arpeggio pattern I was playing with those high triad chords. I needed 3 syllables and “Alison” just fit perfectly.”

“All of that aside, the song is about a person who comes into your life very suddenly and then leaves very suddenly. However, I like to imagine “Alison” as the kind of girl who always leaves on a positive note. I thought that this one worked really well as a duet, so I’m very glad my friend Stephanie Deshane agreed to sing Alison’s lines on this song”.

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