On the heels of Abigale's MusicNL nominated first album Country True, she was all set for an EMCA showcase and a summer of festivals. So much for the best-laid plans (Covid Happened); still, she adapted and persevered.
Today is a brand new day. After a long period of building her crowd through videos and online performances, and an in-person ECMA Showcase, she is back with her new album, Different Roads. Long distance co-writing with Josh David, Darrell Power, Zack Werner and many others, she settled into the studio with multi-award-winning producer Jason Whelan and found herself a home. "Your voice and getting a real understanding of the art you want to make can change so much as you grow up. I was 14 when I started the first record. Now I am sort of a grown-up at 18 and feel much more myself," says Abigale. Also, working with Nick Earle, Dan George, and Robert Kelly let her sound come to life and was truly inspiring. "And my sister Jordyn's voice is all over the record. It is something that comes so naturally to us in a way only sisters can".
Abigale has relocated to Ontario for the present (her school days are not over yet!). She is hungry for the chance to write and record with new friends and new influences. Newfoundland will always be her heart. But for now, she knows while memes and TikToks may drive your career, art is driven by relationships and knowledge. It is a brand new day, and Abigale's career is wide awake and ready to embrace it. Look for her new single, "Barely 17," blitzing all new media soon.
Newfoundlander at heart, but for now, she knows while memes and TikToks may drive your career, art is driven by relationships and knowledge. It is a new day, and Abigale's career is wide awake. Look for her new single, "Barely 17," blitzing all new media soon.