Anemone debut new single “She’s The One”

Anemone debut new single "She's The One." The track is off the Montreal band's new album 'Beat Your Distance,' out February 15th via Luminelle Recordings
Anemone "She's The One"

Montreal’s Anemone have already revealed their debut album Beat My Distance, will come out on February 15th via Luminelle Records (Helena Deland, Hanna Vu). The band are offering up another taste before the release, with the single “She’s The One.”

Anemone’s talks about “She’s The One”:

“‘She’s The One’ is about two paradoxical tendencies/patterns in relationships and how they work against each other. The first one is where you become infatuated and idealize someone, thinking they are ”the one” until you really get to know them; the other tendency is to protect yourself and stay independent. Closing yourself off from getting to know someone and potentially missing out on a great connection. ‘She’s The One’ is the prequel to ‘Bout de toi’ although it’s being released after. The mood of it, the percussions; ‘She’s The One’ came together very quickly in the studio, as we had a strong desire for an upbeat, dancy song. It brought a new energy to our set which has really shaped our live show.”

“Something happens when we’re all onstage together,” says Dupire-Gagnon “It’s really special. There’s nothing else like it.” Lambert agrees. “The focus of the live show is to make people loose, getting them to dance, breaking people out of their shyness. Making people go crazier and crazier every night. Our mission was to capture that feeling on the record.”

“The music comes from a place of joy and freedom,” says Dupire-Gagnon “It’s not all planned out. It’s a party for real.”

Anemone
Beat My Distance
Tracklisting

1.) On Your Own
2.) Daffodils
3.) Memory Lane
4.) Sunshine (Back to the Start)
5.) Vanilla (Here We Go Again)
6.) She’s the One
7.) Segue
8.) Endless Dive
9.) Only You

Anemone formed after Soldevila met Zachary Irving at a show, then soon after Miles Dupire-Gagnon at a bar, and he then introduced her to Gabriel Lambert. The musical connection was immediate, and he four began working on songs together soon after. Samuel Gemme was a friend and sound engineer who worked on their recordings, spending so much time in the studio with them that he eventually joined the band. The final lineup of Anemone was set.