Emerging artist Abby Pierrot (Pierre-OH) stands out with her distinctive sound that effortlessly weaves together haunting melodies, introspective lyrics, and sultry vocals. Hailing from Vancouver, BC, her music is a journey into the shadowy realms of adolescence, unearthing emotions of love, loss, and the intricate path of self-discovery. Drawing inspiration from icons like Lana Del Rey and Halsey, Abby Pierrot’s music encapsulates a captivating fusion of darkness and vulnerability that resonates deeply with listeners.
Her passion for music began at a young age and as she wove the threads of her musical identity, she simultaneously nurtured her talents in poetry, guitar, and piano. Her songs became the canvas for stories of youthful romances that met dead ends and charming anecdotes such as the tale of a captivating pair of glasses from a summer camp escapade.
Abby Pierrot just returned with a new track titled “Ego”. This alt-pop gem is a masterpiece that effortlessly blends moody synthesizers with trap-inspired percussion. At its core, “Ego” delves into the emotion of shame that often accompanies staying in a relationship that feels stifling and confining. The soundscape is a rich tapestry of dark and dynamic instrumentation, forming the perfect backdrop for her immersive lyricism. Through her poignant storytelling, Pierrot encourages listeners to find echoes of their own experiences within her words, fostering a sense of connection that transcends the music itself.
Beyond the stage and the recording studio, Abby Pierrot emerges as a multifaceted individual with passions that span beyond music. A self-proclaimed thrift enthusiast, she finds joy in exploring local thrift stores, breathing life into forgotten treasures. This penchant for discovering hidden gems extends to her love for obscure history, which often leads her to delve into the depths of Wikipedia. As if this colorful tapestry of interests wasn’t enough, Abby shares her home with four cherished cats, serenading them with her melodious tunes on occasion.