If Abba, Stevie Nicks/Fleetwood Mac, Kate Bush and the likes of Celine Dion are your bag, then this haunting, brooding, slow-burner that builds into a string-soaked power ballad epic, is for you – from Canadian artist Christina Martin. One heck of a talent, as we have said before…
The singer and songwriter has released sultry lead single (and video) “Stay with Me”, from her incoming eighth studio album “Storm, slated for a late 2022 launch.
She has been relentlessly recording and touring in Canada, the UK and Europe, building connections online and in the old-fashioned way, at venues big and small, singing songs about loss, love and perseverance.
Her songs have been featured in films, on television, and she’s performed at some of the world’s top music festivals such as; Rolling Stone Weekender Festival, Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival, International Folk Alliance, Reeperbahn Festival and Canadian Music Week.
Her music dances effortlessly through pop, rock, folk and Americana traditions – unchained by any one label. From her Austin-inflected 2002 debut, “Pretty Things”, to the sweeping cinematic dreamscape of 2018’s “Impossible To Hold”, the latter of which Music Republic Magazine was very keen on, Martin is an artist who is constantly evolving. And seemingly cannot be pigeon-holed.