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For the past four years, the award-winning, Juno-nominated, SOCAN #1 bilingual Canadian songwriter, recording artist and producer Maïa Davies has been on a stubbornly unwavering mission of deep musical and self-discovery.

Born in Montreal, Davies has devoted the vast majority of her life to the craft of music. Getting her start in the Warner Music signed folk band Ladies of the Canyon, she has released two solo albums in French and penned over 12 top ten commercial radio hits for Canadian music artists, including Mother Mother and Serena Ryder.


In 2019, following the dissolution of an intense but ultimately toxic relationship, Davies took on a nomadic lifestyle for a few years, first in California, then traveling to Europe’s Stockholm, Paris, Berlin and Madrid. Mirroring her geographical pilgrimage, she also began a journey of healing through her writing, dreaming up and carefully constructing deep and vibrant new songs on the matter at hand: her aching, devastated, broken into a million pieces big heart. She toiled over endless lyric rewrites, explored new sonic paths in her imagination and took novelesque notes on her hopes for the result. Landing later on back in Canada, she headed straight to the studios to commence recording what would become her forthcoming full length opus, which will be released on Toronto’s boutique singer-songwriter label Acronym Records.


Maïa Davies is a bilingual, Juno-nominated producer, songwriter and recording artist from Montréal, Qc, Canada. Originally a founding member of Warner Music Canada group Ladies of the Canyon, Davies has a dozen top ten Canadian commercial radio hits to her name as a songwriter, is a SOCAN #1 songwriter award recipient, an ECMA nominee, an active member of the National Arts Centre’s Global Network of Female-Identifying Music Producers and a committed supporter of women and women-based initiatives in the music industry. She is an imaginative producer in the alternative pop, rock and folk genres and has been working in the field of artist development for 10+ years, mentoring major label and independent artists. An accomplished musician and singer, she has released two solo albums in French, is one half of Montreal indie band Darkometro (with Patrick Krief), and has lent her voice to many notable Canadian recordings as well, from The Dears, to Serena Ryder and Kevin Hearn. Davies resides in Montreal, Qc and works in Montreal, Toronto, Los Angeles, Vancouver, Halifax and in Europe, and has been associated with artists and producers such as Serena Ryder, Mother Mother, Monster Truck, Jill Barber, Gus Van Go, One Bad Son, Carys, Mark Howard, Kinley Dowling and more. 

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