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Every Winding Mile makes it clear to us that there is a reason(mostly) for the madness that is life. Dawn Boudreau takes us on a mezmerising journey through the depths and valleys of  … Read More

Indie Music Flix, Indie Music Flix

Introduced by a gentle and poignant arpeggiated piano, ‘Every Winding Mile’ is the type of track that engages the listeners in a warm, emotional embrace, taking them to nostalgic-filled territories and delving into meaningful memories. Further enriched by brushed drums and a mellow accordion, the song is the perfect framework for Dawn Boudreau‘s evocative and soulful vocals, so light and weightless, yet intense Read more

Mesmerized.io, Mesmerized.io

All the way from Vancouver, Canada, Dawn Bordreau releases a new indie folk single titled “Every Winding Mile”…the title tells a story, so does the music…and it’s an emotional journey.

The song was written as a love song for the trip between two destinations…Prince George and Vancouver…and at either ends of this journey, there are loved ones waiting for the songwriter…

Such a lovely and emotional premise, having loved ones at both points of your … Read More

Sistra, Sistra.me

New Single “Every Winding Mile” – Released May 26

This is a love song for the road trip between Prince George and Vancouver, BC. Either end of this journey has loved ones waiting at the end. The Fraser Canyon drive is often companioned by a passing train for at least a portion of the drive, and those sounds alone hold much nostalgia for this songwriter. Although floods and fires have changed the landscape of the journey, every bit of it holds memories. “Some are sweet and some are bitter.”

Artwork: Jodeen Hodgson
Photography: El Dunfield

Music & Lyrics: Dawn Boudreau
Vocals, Piano: Dawn Boudreau
Produced By: David Ramos & Dawn Boudreau @ Pandemonia Music
Mixed By: David Ramos, Pandemonia Music

Mastered at: Brock McFarlane, CPS Mastering

Percussion: Kate MacColl

Upright Bass: Derek Maroney

Harp: Emily Von Hausen

Accordion: Alison Jenkins

Violin: Katie Stewart

Thank you to:

Carter Hortie for always supporting my dreams and road trips and for being the soul I long to see in Vancouver.