Lydia&Sebastien Share New EP 'Travelling Shoes'

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After making their musical debut back in 2015, Canadian duo Lydia&Sebastien have been creating a lot of noise. After releasing their first single “Quand T’es Pas Là”, the song hit #1 on the commercial radio charts in Quebec and caught the eye of Ultra Records, leading to the track being remixed by many famous DJ’s and feature on multiple popular playlists which accumulated over 3 million streams.

The duo had great success at home and slowly began to win a fan base all over Europe and North America. Their debut album ‘The Eponymous’ saw more international success. Three tracks reached #1 on the commercial radios in Canada and France.

Consumed by wanderlust, the diverse duo found themselves performing at prestigious events across the world such as Bora Bora, Cannes film festivals, Royal Mansour Morocco and Yacht show Monaco. Inspired by many cultures, writing songs and recording, Lydia&Sebastien make their stunning return with Traveling Shoes, May 29th. Having collaborated with industry heavy weights such as Jacquire King (James Bay, Norah Jones, Tom waits…), Sean (The Verve, Black Dog…) and Aaron Sterling on the drums (Lana Del Rey, James Bay, Harry Styles, John Mayer…), Traveling Shoes is set to be their biggest release to date.

Speaking more on the release, Lydia&Sebastien explained: “And nothing we can do, we’ve got traveling shoes” Since we met in 2014, we’ve been working all over the world and it really feels like we have Traveling Shoes.. Most of our lyrics talks about going away (Gone With the Wind) That’s why we decided to name the Ep Traveling Shoes.”

Lydia&Sebastien will release Traveling Shoes through their own label on May 29th. The album blends intimate folk with dreamy indie-pop and a hint of world-beat influences, revealing smooth, and timeless aesthetics.

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May 11, 2020 10:45am ET by Burstimo  

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