· By Mattias Forsgren

CHÉ AIMEE DORVAL Announces Brand New Single ‘FALLING UNDER’ Released October 6th on Icons Creating Evil Art UK

Ché Aimee Dorval shares Falling Under and announces her album The Crowned, which will be released on 19thJanuary 2023. Falling Under is about the pain and heartbreak of watching someone you love lose themselves to addiction, no matter how much love, support and energy you put into trying to help them out of it,” she says. “It’s about coming to terms with the fact that your efforts are only enabling their descent, and in turn they’re dragging you down with them.” 
Ché launched her campaign in August with Blood Red Sonfever dream of indecision, regret and resolve.”
Ché was raised in Vancouver by her mother, a plethora of hippie Aunts, punk rock Uncles and a colourful extended family. Think Little House on the Prairie meets the Lost Boys. Ché's childhood was one of constant creativity and adventure, instilling in her a strong sense of individualism that she took out into the world and onto the stages of local clubs in Vancouver. She lived the troubadour life and became embroiled in the Toronto indie music scene. As she grew and spread her wings, music took her around the world, both as a solo artist and with her critically acclaimed band 'Casualties of Cool', a joint venture with prog behemoth Devin Townsend, who she recently collaborated with again by featuring on his latest album ‘Lightwork’ alongside Nile Rodgers.
The nomadic lifestyle led to her working in LA with hitmakers Greg Wells, David Foster and Kara Dioguardi; performing with Michael Bublé, Kim Churchill and Dan Mangan and releasing music with industry heavyweights Andrew Loog Oldham (Rolling Stones) and Tom Sarig (Lou Reed). 
 As Ché gears up to release The Crowned, we find her at her most ambitious & gregarious. It shows a side to her seldom seen before. Confidence and determination pulses through the songs, signalling the birth of a new era for Ché. Inspired by her love of Trip Hop, Folktronica and Soul, The Crowned has Ché’s signature all over it whilst reaching out into new sonic environments. 
Pre-pandemic, Ché was working with Bob Rock, who produced half of the album. When we emerged from lockdown, Ché had self-produced the rest. This album tells a story of an artist’s evolution and growth. Released on the UK label Icons Creating Evil Art, Ché is set to take 2023 by storm.
 You are looking at a woman who still has the same sense of individualism instilled by her family, now combined with a drive and vision that is growing increasingly rare in this day and age. An artist in the truest sense of the word, a product of passion and not curation. 


Gavin Harry
Managing Director UK
Icons Creating Evil Art
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