Jeen first dipped her toes into the music industry at the age of 16, busking on Toronto’s Queen West. It was there she and her band were scooped up by the Jeff Healey team, managed by them for the half-decade that followed. Following her first two solo albums, Jeen shared lead singing/songwriting duties on Brendan Canning’s (Broken Social Scene) Cookie Duster album, When Flying Was Easy. She went on to self-produce three more solo albums in succession (Tourist, Modern Life, Gift Shop), garnering regular radio rotation and well deserved attention.

Self-titled and slated for release on October 9, Jeen will release a 12 song LP co-produced by herself and Ian Blurton (Change of Heart, C’mon, Future Now). The record’s first single, “Deep End,” is about being sick and tired of being…well, sick and tired.

Featuring Broken Social Scene‘s Brendan Canning on bass, “Deep End” is available to stream now: