The haunting dream-pop of Ghostly Kisses
Watch Margaux Sauvé play 2 songs and chat with Saroja Coelho on CBC Music's The Intro
As Ghostly Kisses, Margaux Sauvé has been enchanting music lovers for five years. The singer-songwriter, composer, and producer took the name for her dream-pop project from a William Faulkner poem, and she hopes to convey the feel of a ghostly kiss in every single song.
Sauvé, who hails from Quebec City and is now based in Montreal, co-writes and co-produces Ghostly Kisses' wistful, dreamy music with her partner, Louis-Étienne Santais. So far, she's released four EPs and is currently working on a full-length album.
In this episode of CBC Music's The Intro, Ghostly Kisses performs "Never Let me Go," and "Empty Note," and chats with CBC Music Mornings host Saroja Coelho about her music. Watch it above.
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