Jeen Returns

Jeen first dipped her toes into the music industry at the age of 16, busking on Torontoโ€™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 Canningโ€™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, Cโ€™mon, Future Now). The recordโ€™s first single, โ€œDeep End,โ€ is about being sick and tired of being…well, sick and tired.

Featuring Broken Social Scene‘s Brendan Canning on bass, โ€œDeep Endโ€ is available to stream now:

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