August 10th, 2018— Few things are more relaxing and rejuvenating than basking beneath the sun on a warm summer day, and today French singer-songwriter, Tiphanie Doucet bottles up that feeling and
serves it to you with her debut album "Under My Sun."
The album, comprised of a mix of both French and English songs, dances through Tiphanie's journey of becoming a woman following a painful breakup, where she shares intimate experiences of love, loss,
infidelity, addiction, and self doubt. More than this, "Under My Sun" is ultimately about growth, self
discovery, and maintaining a positive outlook throughout life's tribulations.
"I wrote a lot of this music with some anger, some sadness, some self questioning, but music puts me at
peace and that is what I want to give to those who listen to this album. If you want to make your life warm
and happy, you can. You are your own “sun,” Tiphanie said.
"Under My Sun" was recorded in the Catskill Mountains of New York and produced by Simon Felice and David Baron. The 10 track LP is a bittersweet meditation on love and relationships, echoing the
chanteuses of yore that served as Doucet’s inspiration. The songs are in large part an autobiographical portrait of the artist, ranging stylistically from indie, folk and pop sensibilities. The sound is amplified by
Felice and David Baron's production, which never feels intrusive, serving as the perfect complement to the singer’s overpowering voice, and interjecting only at key moments of emotional revelation.
released August 10, 2018
All songs written and performed by Tiphanie Doucet
Produced by Simone Felice and David Baron
Engineered and Mixed by David Baron
Sun Mountain Studio - Boiceville NY
Tiphanie Doucet : Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Shaker,
keys (On the other side")
Simone Felice: Drums, acoustic guitar for “Peace of heart “
David Baron: Piano, Bass Programming, Hammond, Celesta, B3, Orchestral and String Arrangements
Anneke Schaul-Yoder : Cello
Picture : Andrew Kelly
Cover Design : Reuben Torres
Doucet's work embraces a folksier, jazz-tinged gentleness. Its subtle warmth instantly feels like home, pervading the senses
in a way not dissimilar to Norah Jones or Lucy Rose. Yet, Doucet’s dreamy vocal quality is markedly distinct, especially in how she tenderly incorporates it into her music to tell stories unique to her own outlook and experiences....more