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Amelia Curran energized by activism on Watershed

The Newfoundland singer/songwriter’s new album is informed by the frustration she feels as an advocate for mental-health issues.

Read the full interview with Amelia Curran and Toronto Star's Ben Rayner.

 

Photo by Carlos Osorio

Photo by Carlos Osorio


AMELIA CURRAN ON THE STROMBO SHOW

Amelia performs "Democracy" by Leonard Cohen and discusses her new record, Watershed, on The Strombo Show. Listen to the full show.

Photo by Vanessa Heins

Photo by Vanessa Heins


WATERSHED OUT TODAY

 

Amelia Curran's brand new record, Watershed, is now available on CD, vinyl, and digitally. Click here to buy Watershed


WATERSHED ON CBC MUSIC'S FIRST PLAY LIVE


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“That’s not nothing.”

They are three words that keep Amelia Curran going on the hard days; ones that remind her to expect less of herself every now and again. To accept that — as a mental health advocate, feminist and Newfoundland artist in a tough, Toronto-centric industry — sometimes stepping back and only doing laundry in a 24-hour period is not nothing. It gives her room to breathe.

On Watershed, Curran’s new and eighth full-length, it’s clear that she has been needing to take a lot of breaths. Her trademark-sharp lyrics relay experiences of misogyny, frustration, internet bullies, depression. Throughout these 11 tracks Curran is louder — “brazen, is the word I settled on” — in words and sound than she has ever been, detailing exactly what she won’t stand for (“No More Quiet,” “Gravity”) while still finding tenderness on a signature folk ballad like “Act of Human Kindness.” The result is a lyrical work that is achingly, necessarily human. - CBC MUSIC


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