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  • Writer's pictureStevie Connor

Twin Flames Release Inspiring New Single 'Hearts On Fire' From Upcoming Album 'Hugging the Cactus'

By Stevie Connor. Photo Credit: Shawn Moreton.

Hearts on Fire is the first single from Twin Flames' upcoming album Hugging the Cactus.

Originally, Twin Flames were commissioned to write Hearts On Fire songs to contribute to the documentary The Smallest Steps by Nicole Bedford.

“The Shadow Pandemic growing amidst the COVID-19 crisis, emerging data and reports from those on the front lines, have shown that all types of violence against women and girls, particularly domestic violence, has intensified. We need a global collective effort to stop it. ”- UN Women

Chelsey June and Jaaji (Twin Flames) said, "We hope this song will inspire hope and remind women of their inner strength."

Twin Flames are a husband-and-wife duo that combines genres, languages and instrumental range to deliver a powerful sound that is both contemplative Folk and unapologetic Rock ‘n’ Roll. Twin Flames have chosen to let their music speak for itself. Their substantial body of work and widespread recognition make it clear they have something special going on. In just eight years of recording and performing as Twin Flames, the duo has accumulated over 44 music awards and nominations. Their songs have earned them a unique place among contemporary music-makers and songwriters, which has, in turn, led to them touring all over the world.

Four-time Canadian Folk Music Award winners, 2022 Vocal Group of the Year, Twin Flames, offer a memorable experience with the perfect blend of music, comedy and thought-provoking stories. Their synchronicity and love shine through on every stage they play.

Together, they create sonic soundscapes using Indigenous spirit flutes, traditional drums, and Western instruments. They share a genuine love for songwriting, which stands out lyrically and melodically for the world to hear. Jaaji (Inuk from Nunavik and Mohawk from Kahnawake) and Chelsey June; Settler (with Algonquin, Métis, Cree heritage) write songs delivered through a mix of English, French and Inuttitut.



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