We can say that Ghostly Kisses is Canadian singer Margaux Sauvé’s musical dream. She started playing the violin when she was just 5 years old, following the footsteps of a family of musicians. But only later did her own songs arrive. The name Ghostly Kisses comes from a poem by William Faulkner – one of the best references to have in mind while listening to Ghostly Kisses’ ethereal voice. In 2017, the song “Such Words” reached over 50,000 plays on Spotify. In 2017, she released her first EP, “What You See”. Songs like “Empty Note” and “Roses” were there to prove all of her elegance. The second EP came in 2018, “The City Holds My Heart”, produced by Louis-Étienne Santais and it is inspired in some of the sound textures from 90’s indie music. Margaux’s soft voice hovers over diferente drums, synths, string arrangements and piano layers, featuring moments of rare beauty. Super Bock in Stock will be the best opportunity to get in touch with the beauty of these songs. Save the date!