Today, Montreal-based singer & songwriter Annabel Gutherz releases her debut album, “Loose Ends”. The 11-track record includes 6 previously released singles and 5 brand new tracks. The album was co-produced by Dominique Messier, a long-time band member for Céline Dion and owner of Studio Piccolo in Montreal, Quebec.
“Loose Ends” is stylistically eclectic yet entirely authentic. It’s a comforting record that cathartically encapsulates life’s unfinished moments: “Many times in my life, I was unable to get closure. Instead, I was left to bear the weight of the words I never said and the inescapable memories that tethered me to my past, suspending time. Understanding my need to let go of these ‘loose ends,’ I turned to song,” Annabel says.
Throughout the album, Annabel explores these complex and imperfect defining life experiences with a diaristic touch. Her ardent and perspective storytelling is on full display, complimented by honeyed melodies, layered instrumentation, and full-bodied vocals. She takes listeners on a journey as she writes from the heart with raw honesty and emotional conviction.
Annabel Gutherz made her debut in 2018 with the release of ‘Legends’, a philanthropic song whose proceeds are donated to education-based charities. After spending the past few years honing her musical talents at Berklee College of Music, the young singer-songwriter has come into her own as a promising artist to watch. On top of her musical endeavors and academic career, Annabel is the published author of the children’s picture book series, Annie’s Pajammies. A portion of the proceeds from every Annie’s Pajammies unit sold is donated to help facilitate access to education in countries across the globe.
Listen to “Loose Ends” on all streaming platforms, HERE.
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