Director Didier Charette wanted to showcase western communities outside of America. The video was filmed over 10 days in Tokyo, Japan, the perfect fast-paced city for this fast-paced song.
Lisa LeBlanc will hit the road again in September, playing shows with her band in Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, High River, Calgary, Ottawa, Kingston, Toronto, Sudbury, and Hamilton. In the meantime, Maritimes peeps can catch her tonight at Sainte-Anne Pointe-de-l’Eglise, NS, and tomorrow at the Acadie Rock Festival in Moncton, NB.
08/14 Pointe-de-l’Église, NS // Le Château (Festival acadien de Clare)
08/15 Moncton, NB // Square des Amériques (Festival Acadie Rock)
09/09 Victoria, BC // Upstairs Cabaret
09/10 Vancouver, BC // The Biltmore
09/12 Edmonton, AB // Studio 96
09/15 High River, AB // High River Masonic Hall
09/16 Calgary, AB // Festival Hall
09/17 Ottawa, ON // CityFolk Festival
09/19 Kingston, ON // The Mansion
09/22 Toronto, ON // Dakota Tavern
09/25 Sudbury, ON // Spectacle de clôture du 400e de Sudbury
09/26 Hamilton, ON // Mills Hardware
The ever-charming Lisa LeBlanc will be a very busy bee this summer. Besides performing at Club Soda on July 2nd (Montreal Jazz Fest), at L’Impérial on July 17th (Festival d’été de Québec) and in numerous other Canadian cities, she will head back to Europe. Between July 5th and 12th, she will perform in France, Switzerland and Sweden. For more info on all the dates, head to lisaleblanc.ca.
06/06 Toronto, ON // Massey Hall (Live at Massey Hall – 1ère partie de Spirit of the West)
06/12 Matane, QC // La Fabrique
06/13 Ste-Anne-des-Monts, QC // Auberge Festive Sea Shack
06/20 L’Assomption, QC // Ange Cornu
06/23 Laval, QC // Centre de la nature (Fête nationale du Québec)
06/25 Gatineau, QC // Parc des cèdres (Outaouais en fête)
07/02 Montreal, QC // Club Soda (Festival de Jazz de Montréal)
07/05 Thiers, FR // Place Antonin Chastel (Festival La Pamperina)
07/07 Uzes, FR // Domaine de Malaigue
07/08 Istres, FR // Pavillon de Grignan (Les Nuits d’Istres)
07/10 Genève, CH // Scène Ella Fitzgerald – Parc de la Grange
07/12 Malmö, SE // Pildammsteatern (Sommarscen Malmö)
07/17 Quebec City, QC // Théâtre Impérial (FEQ)
07/19 Guelph, ON // eBar
07/25 Dawson City, YK // Dawson City Music Festival
07/26 Dawson City, YK // Dawson City Music Festival
07/31 Nominingue, QC // Club et Hôtel du Golf Nominingue
07/07 Montreal, QC // Parc Ahuntsic (FestiBlues International de Montréal)
08/08 Rouyn-Noranda, QC // Osisko en lumière
08/09 Regina, SK // Victoria Park (Regina Folk Festival)
Lisa LeBlanc releases a music video for You Look Like Trouble (But I Guess I Do Too). The video is for the first single off her Highways, Heartaches and Time Well Wasted EP which was released in fall 2014 via Bonsound. Gritty and purposeful, the video was directed by Didier Charette. What looks to be the first scenes of a ragged ultimate fighting story takes a sharp twist into the high stakes world of underground chess. The intense video is shot with glimpses of Lisa and her band’s electric live performance throughout.
During her 2014 fall cross-Canada tour, Lisa performed sold-out shows in Ottawa, Toronto and Hamilton, and charmed everyone she met all the way to Vancouver. She will return to Ontario for a few encore performances in Ottawa (April 1st), Kingston (April 2nd) and Guelph (April 3rd).
Highways, Heartaches and Time Well Wasted, Lisa LeBlanc‘s EP in English, is now available in stores, on bandcamp and on iTunes via Bonsound. You can also purchase a deluxe version on iTunes which includes a filmed performance.
4/5 – Julie Ledoux, VOIR
4/5 – Jessica Émond-Ferrat, Journal Métro
4/5 – Justine Lalande-Church, Bible urbaine
her English debut, which mixes Americana and Maritimes music with painfully poignant lyrics, should ensure the rest of the country knows about her as well. – Jesse Kinos-Goodin, CBC Music