“The Twelve Labors of Beatrice”: A pirate's heart, we rarely see her

Over the past year, Cœur de pirate, along with many of its projects, has swapped its microphone for other types of instruments.

With his partner Mark Flynn, he bought a much-blighted mid-century chalet, hoping to create and rediscover the magic that had eluded him in recent times.

“I haven't written a song in a long time. I have a bit of blank page syndrome. I like to find a place to create, and having a room is my inspiration,” she explains in the first episode of her new series. The Twelve Labors of BeatricePresented this Thursday evening at CASA.



Coeur de pirate and Marc Flynn present their room renovation in the new series “The twelve labors of Beatrice”.

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The show follows an entrepreneurial couple on their renovation project and offers a funny and intimate look into their day-to-day lives through office life, management of their respective businesses and their parental responsibilities.

“Because I'm a little bit into social media, I thought it was really cool to show a side of me that people don't normally have access to. Even though it's in an update context and something that's very related to what I do, I loved it,” Beatrice Martin told QMI Agency.

“I'm glad people agreed to go through this pretty crazy thing with us, because we do a lot of stupid things on the show,” he added with a laugh.



A pirate's heart when renovating his cabin.

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Despite mushrooms in ventilation, structural problems and other dangers of old buildings, the singer still managed to find what she wanted.

“I find that there's a really Zen side to everything. Tiling or painting is repetitive, but you get into a meditative state,” he said, admitting, however, that he prefers coming up with ideas rather than realizing them.

Healthy music continuity

Since her initiation Bravo music In 2021, after acquiring the Montreal record label Dare du Carre, Cœur de pirate saw many artists emerge under it, such as Gab Bouchard, Thierry Larose and Lou Adriane-Cassidy, and business was doing well.



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“I think it's fair Urgent Due to cultural cuts, ceremonies are no longer held. At the same time, I tell myself that we are still patient and that people will find a solution. I can't wait to see what unfolds,” he said.

But the next generation is going well. People love new things, and that's good news. And it's funny that it's in French, and it's French-speaking content. As long as we keep our culture alive in Quebec, these young people will have a place so they can put out albums, so they can create,” said the singer-songwriter, who recently competed. dance with the stars, In France.

Despite the sometimes harsh comments from the judges, the singer loved her experience.

“It allowed me to live more in my body, but unfortunately I will not start dancing tango in my shows,” he said with a laugh, emphasizing that his participation allowed him to free himself from some difficult situations.

With her summer schedule fast approaching, the singer plans to release new material soon.

Available in 10 episodes, the show The Twelve Labors of Beatrice Coming this Thursday at 9pm, on CASA.

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