Phöenix Lazare masterfully melds the intimacy of folk music with alluring pop melodies on Gold, a self-produced debut album that charts her personal journey navigating growth. A native of Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Lazare has charted a shimmering creative path through Boston, Nashville, and Toronto and back, where she completed the album.
Coming from a musical family, Lazare has been singing ever since she could speak. At 12, her parents gifted her a classical guitar and almost instantly she began writing songs as she learned to play the instrument. Her father, electric guitarist Christopher Lazare, serves as her duet partner on “Common Ground.” The album also features her brother Atom Lazare on drum set and her partner Justin Kelley on electric guitar. Although Gold gathers glimpses of the last decade, it is Lazare’s keen ability as a producer and storyteller that makes this lustrous collection feel cohesive and complete.
Listen to Phoenix’s latest album “Gold” ➡️ HERE