“The Twelve Labors of Béatrice”: Heart of a pirate as we have rarely seen it

In the last year, Cœur de pirate, along with many other projects, has changed its microphone for other types of tools.

With his partner, Marc Flynn, he bought a rather ramshackle mid-century chalet in the hopes of creating and rediscovering the magic that had perhaps eluded him in recent times.

“I haven’t written a song in a long time. I have a bit of blank page syndrome. I want to find a place to create and having a chalet can be a source of inspiration for me,” she explains in the first episode of his new series. The twelve works of Béatricewhich will be presented at CASA this Thursday night.




Coeur de pirate and Marc Flynn present the renovations of their chalet in the new series “The Twelve Labors of Béatrice”.

Photo provided by CASA

In addition to following the business couple on their renovation project, the show offers a fun and intimate look at their daily lives, through office life, managing their respective careers and their parental responsibilities.

“I thought it was cool to show this side of me that people don’t normally have access to because, yes, I’m on social media a little bit, but otherwise I don’t watch a lot of TV. Whether in a context of renovation, which is what has the most to do with what I do, I liked it,” Béatrice Martin told the QMI Agency.

“I’m happy that people agreed to embark on this beautiful madness with us, because we really do a lot of stupid things on the show,” he added, laughing.




Heart of a pirate during the renovations of his chalet.

Photo provided by CASA

Despite fungus in the ventilation, structural problems and other dangers of old buildings, the singer managed to find what she was looking for.

“I discovered that there really was a Zen side to all of this. Laying tiles or painting is repetitive, but you fall into a meditative state,” she says, admitting, however, that he prefers having ideas to realizing them.

A healthy musical succession

Since she launched bravo music In 2021, after acquiring the Montreal record label Dare to Care, Cœur de pirate saw several artists emerge under its fold, such as Gab Bouchard, Thierry Larose and Lou Adriane-Cassidy, for whom the business is doing well.




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“I think it is fair hurried on that due to cultural cuts, there are festivals that will no longer be held. At the same time, I tell myself that we are still quite resilient and that people will find solutions. “I can’t wait to see what comes up,” he said.

“But the next generation is doing well. People want new things, that’s the good news. And it’s fun that it’s in French, that it’s content in French. As long as we keep our culture alive in Quebec, there will be space for these young people, so that they can release albums, so that they can create,” added the singer-songwriter who recently participated in the contest. Dance with the stars, in France.

Despite the judges’ sometimes harsh comments, the singer loved her experience.

“It allowed me to inhabit my body more, but unfortunately I will not start dancing tango in my shows,” he said with a laugh, emphasizing that his participation allowed him to free himself from certain complexes.

With her summer show schedule quickly approaching, the singer plans to release new material soon.

Available in 10 episodes, the show The twelve works of Béatrice It will arrive this Thursday, at 9 p.m., by CASA.

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