Junos 365 session: Charlotte Cardin covers 'How You Remind Me'
The Montreal artist covered Nickelback's 2002 Juno-winning single of the year.
As part of our coverage of the 2019 Juno Awards, we're inviting some of today's hottest Canadian acts to cover a past winner in the single of the year category.
In today's session, Montreal singer-songwriter Charlotte Cardin has chosen to cover a song that she says has been "judged over the years": Nickelback's 2002 single of the year winner, "How You Remind Me."
Like much of Nickelback's discography, "How You Remind Me" can be polarizing to many, but Cardin argues that "if you stop and just listen to the melody and the lyrics, it's a super, super catchy song."
"I just wanted to do a different version," she continued. "'Cause I really genuinely love the song."
To honour the song, Cardin took a "straightforward, simple" approach to the cover. She adds, "We didn't want to overdo it ... just the three of us and do it in our style, but keeping it recognizable." For this performance, she is joined by her drummer Benjamin Courcy and bassist, Mathieu Sénéchal.
Watch Cardin's cover of "How You Remind Me" above, and check out our amazing list of previous Junos 365 sessions below:
Midnight Shine covers "Bobcaygeon"
Serena Ryder covers "Eyes of a Stranger"
Whitehorse covers Feist's "How Come You Never Go There"
Jhyve covers Remy Shand's "Take a Message"
The Dead South covers the Beaches' "Money"
Virginia to Vegas covers Brett Kissel's "3-2-1"
Ria Mae covers Avril Lavigne's "Fall to Pieces"
The Good Lovelies cover k-os' "Crabbuckit"
Scott Helman covers the Tragically Hip's "Bobcaygeon"
Donovan Woods covers Alanis Morissette's "Ironic"
The Beaches cover Loverboy's "Turn me Loose"
Chloe Charles covers the Weeknd's "Can't Feel my Face"
Ralph covers Alannah Myles' "Black Velvet"
William Prince covers Michael Bublé's "Home"
Mappe Of covers Terry Jacks' "Seasons in the Sun"
James Barker Band covers Avril Lavigne's "Complicated"
Rose Cousins covers Corey Hart's "Never Surrender"
Wherever you are on March 17, you can watch the Juno Awards live from Budweiser Gardens in London, Ont., at cbcmusic.ca/junos.