Christine Savard is a singer-songwriter and producer based in Victoria, British Columbia. She most recently released 'Card of Hearts' – a self-produced indie-pop single featuring symphonic synth layers melded with her warm, airy vocals. Prior to that she released singles 'Waterfall' and 'Bad to the Hyde', both produced by Adam Sutherland (LABS) in Victoria, BC.
Christine draws from a wide range of musical inspirations. She was obsessed with Paula Abdul as a little girl, then eventually got into her dad’s 70s music collection (The Doors, Led Zeppelin) and her mom’s 80s pop collection (Eurythmics, Roxette). She later fell in love with Björk, Sigur Rós, Amon Tobin and Radiohead.
Building on her formative classical music background (she wrote her first musical composition at age nine), Christine began making music on an old Yamaha PSR 75 keyboard and Roland sequencer. She made experimental electronic with minimal vocals for several years before moving to Canada’s West Coast where she thrived among a group of performance artists and folk musicians, and was often coaxed to open for her friend’s bands. She made tons of demos over the years before working with other producers to develop her current sound.
Christine is currently producing new music, with singles planned for 2023. She is also launching a new collaborative music project (Fall 2022) called ‘Deja Blue Parrot’, with a film composer, which features a unique blend of electronic/lofi/R&B and orchestral elements.