After Printemps, released last March, Breton-born singer-songwriter Loig Morin is releasing Automne, the eighth album of his career and the second part of a concept devoted to the four seasons. Bringing together nine electro-pop pieces inspired by various sounds and music from different cultures such as Vancouver, the city where he draws his inspiration, this new offering with muffled and synthetic atmospheres carries the ephemeral sadness of rainy days. like the capricious heat of the amorous breeze. Female voices punctuate the course, in particular that of the triple nominated for the JUNO awards Jill Barber on Tout se passe and that of the singer Sal of the Rio Sayama Band on Matador. Produced by the artist, the album Automne was recorded at the Loig’s Music Lab. Originally from Brittany, Loig Morin chose to settle in Vancouver in 2010. Having since released four opuses, he was nominated for the Western Canadian Music Awards in 2018 and 2020 in the Francophone Artist of the Year category and at the Gala Trille. Gold in the Direction and arrangements and Sound recording and mixing categories in 2019 and 2021.