Clare Siobhan is a singer-songwriter from Truro, Nova Scotia who has made a home for herself in that cozy little intersection of folk, pop, and soul. Her layered harmonies paired with bright piano and ukulele lay the foundation for warm vocals that touch on connection, relationships, worry, and the search for meaning and belonging we feel as we grow.
Clare has been a featured artist on Mount Allison University’s Conduct Becoming: Voices Against Cancer albums from 2017-2020, additionally acting as co-producer in 2018 and 2019, and as album manager in 2020. She won Best Solo Artist of the Year at Mount Allison University in 2018, and that same year made it to the Top 100 of CBC’s Searchlight Competition for Canadian artists for her song “Rosemary & Thyme”. In 2020, she won the Toronto Songwriting School’s Lockdown Songwriting Contest for her latest release, “Ten Speed Bike”.
With some solo projects in the works, you can await Clare’s upcoming releases on Bandcamp, Spotify, and all other music distributors!