ABOUT Étoile Noire
Étoile Noire was in the east coast last November promoting their debut album - and they are back! This time they've added a new featured song called "Lights Out". The Ottawa raised Canadian bilingual duo bring together unique grassroots charm in a southern twist of indie folk storytelling.
Since their debut song release of "Gone" in 2017, Étoile Noire has seen it's way on stages as supporting acts for "Julian Taylor Band", "Jeff Martin", gaining notable reviews and awards.
Étoile Noire featured in a Musicoin TV episode. The hosts state that the music is "very professionnal" & "...this is deep, much love to everyone who's loved one is far away". Hosts also state that "the music is very meaningful" – Musicoin TV
"A short but sweet half-hour set by Ottawa-based duo Étoile Noire drew a roomful of listeners into The Papery at Bank and Fifth early Friday night. The two stood side-by-side in the store front nook, armed with guitars and mics, to deliver their Canadiana blend of country, folk, and roots/rock..." – Terry Steeves Apt613
"As the country scene continues to grow in Ottawa, it's great to see more bands trying to evolve it. Étoile Noire's self-titled debut finds them taking parts country, indie-rock and a little modern pop and mix it all together for something fun and fresh. The dark overtones of "Native Girl" create a foreboding mood right from the get-go, as it sizzles..." – Ottawa Life Magazine
"Already I could see a sense of balance established, but when they began to play and sing, the chemistry between the two was evident..." – Terry Steeves Apt613