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Flying Hórses takes us inside her heartbreak album Reverie

Flying Hórses takes us on an intimate journey through the music, sounds, themes and personal emotions that inspired her new album, Reverie.
Flying Hórses' new album Reverie is out now. (Jonathan Lorange)
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Jade Bergeron is the Ottawa-based musician better known as Flying Hórses. She spent four magical years living in Iceland, where she recorded music and found love and inspiration. 

In about every way, Iceland was the perfect muse, but that perfection soon turned to pain, which Bergeron channeled into her latest album, Reverie. It's a heartbreak record as well as a soundscape for listeners to feel their own emotions. 

We asked Bergeron to take us on an intimate journey through the music, sounds, themes and personal emotions that inspired her new album.

— Produced by ​Tyrone Callender

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