French singer-songwriter Edith Crash is artistically reborn, but not without experiencing the pain caused by the death of one of the most important people her life. When the musician from the south of France came to Los Angeles two years ago, she brought her political and poetic Inonde album in tow. The desire to create new songs for a followup existed in the abstract but became less certain when Crash's mother Anna-Marie Atge fell ill with cancer and died last year. Recording an album was the last thing the one-woman band phenom felt like doing.
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