For immediate releaseMontreal, June 18, 2024

Claudia Bouvette is kicking off the summer with CALL ME BACK !, a sun-kissed pop tune co-written with singer-songwriter Soran.

Filled with playful guitar riffs, the track tackles one of the most common issues in dating: why won't the other person call me back? Miles away from a lament or complaint, the song poses a series of amused questions that grapple with a general feeling of inadequacy in the face of the unknown.

CALL ME BACK ! is available now on all music services.

Claudia's silky vocals meld seamlessly with the upbeat rhythms, recalling the sunny melodies of Empire of the Sun or The Japanese House. “I'm not in love / I'm just a little head over heels / Tongue tied / On a bittersweet souvenir / Yeah that night died out but usually / They call me back to see me again,” she sings over Soran’s skilful instrumentation.

To complement the release of CALL ME BACK !, Claudia Bouvette presents a music video she directed herself, with her collaborator Samuel Olaechea, during a trip to Mexico.

Watch and share the CALL ME BACK ! music video via YouTube.

This summer, she will perform at Jonquière en musique (June 28th), Les Grandes Fêtes de Rimouski (August 4th) and Festival Fono in Quebec City (September 14th). Visit for all the details.

About Claudia Bouvette
Since the release of her debut album, The Paradise Club, in 2022, Claudia has performed at festivals such as Osheaga, Festival d'été de Québec and M for Montréal, as well as at the FestiVoix de Trois-Rivières, where she fulfilled her childhood dream of joining Simple Plan on stage. She also performed across Quebec and Ontario, opening for Ne-Yo at the Festival des Montgolfières and Sean Paul at Soif de Musique. In 2022, the singer graced the cover of the Elle Québec magazine, and made appearances on the small screen on several occasions, as a performer, co-host and actress.

Whatever the artistic medium she chooses to express herself, Claudia Bouvette's message is one of female empowerment and freedom at all costs. Her message is one of openness: follow through on your desire to assert yourself and show yourself as you really are.