Feature by: Lauren Bernal
Photos courtesy of Artist

Canada’s Christina Martin has just released her fifth studio album, “It’ll Be Alright” on her own label, Come Undone Records.

Born in Florida and raised in Canada, Martin began her musical journey in 2002 that led to extended stays in Austin and Germany, from which she cultivated a substantial following across mainland Europe. While she musically started with an acoustic/pop sound, it’s certainly developed into something that depicts maturity and deeper emotion.

Her new album appears to be a perfect blend of the pop and rock roots that she grew up with. “My father and MTV turned me on to many types of music growing up, but I am probably more driven towards pop and classic rock,” she says. “Going into this record, we were clear that we wanted a bigger, anthemic sound overall. Each song needed to say something that would resonate with a larger audience.” Anthemic is certainly a word to describe it. The title track, “It’ll Be Alright” demands the attention of any listener. With a catchy guitar riff and that great subtle grit in her voice, it’s a tune to sure to get your foot tapping. The ten-song album features some great pop melodies and arrangements; check out the single and full album here and catch Christina on tour this Spring in the UK.

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