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KROY
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Behind the stage name KROY is Camille Poliquin. As a follow-up to the release of her debut opus SCAVENGER in 2016, KROY is back with new musical offerings. After a long wait and relentless requests from her fans, KROY returns to the stage to unveil the fruits of her lyrical and musical explorations, which will be released in a new album in 2020.

With over one million streams worldwide, SCAVENGER has gained the attention of several media outlets, including NYLON and The Fader. She has also performed throughout Canada and abroad, including New York and Paris, Le Printemps de Bourges, Austin (SXSW), Hamburg (The Reeperbahn) and Montreal (Osheaga). 





Links
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kroymusic.com
kroy.bandcamp.com
facebook.com/KROYmusic


PHOTOS
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Contact
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Press: Justine A.-Lebrun
Radio: Myriam Lefebvre
Booking: Sonia Bergeron
Publishing: Roseline Rousseau-Gagnon
Management: Fannie Dulude

CONCERTS
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Saint-Hyacinthe, QC, Le Zaricot
February 21, 2020, 20:00

Chicoutimi, QC, Bistro Café Summum
February 22, 2020, 20:00

Gatineau, QC, Minotaure
March 7, 2020, 20:00

Previous Concerts

releases
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KROY - SCAVENGER - LIMITED ED
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SCAVENGER is a collection of songs that were written in the wee hours, when the musician returned home alone after bibulous parties. The album takes us to a mysterious universe where hearts broken by unrequited love can be heard beating. As Nina Simone once sang, “For love that cannot live yet never dies.” KROY makes this idea her own with her enwrapping melancholy tinted with sensual hints of trip hop, through which shine a few rays of light—catchy pop melodies, dancy rhythms, unifying choruses. Rather than wallowing in self-pity, KROY holds her head up high.


KROY - SCAVENGER
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After collaborations with David Giguère and Jason Bajada that were met with critical acclaim, after winning the heart of Montreal’s electropop scene with the band Milk & Bone, Camille Poliquin now takes the plunge and is set to release her first solo album on September 23, under the name of KROY.

SCAVENGER is a collection of songs that were written in the wee hours, when the musician returned home alone after bibulous parties. The album takes us to a mysterious universe where hearts broken by unrequited love can be heard beating. As Nina Simone once sang, “For love that cannot live yet never dies.” KROY makes this idea her own with her enwrapping melancholy tinted with sensual hints of trip hop, through which shine a few rays of light—catchy pop melodies, dancy rhythms, unifying choruses. Rather than wallowing in self-pity, KROY holds her head up high.