“Why are you scared? Don’t you see my open door? I know your pain. The rain is all over your heart. Just come inside let your heart dry under my sun.” – lyrics
‘Under My Sun’ single contains a relatable storyline, delicate vocals, and gentle instrumentation produced by Simon Felice and David Baron. Also, the song tells the tale of a woman who has a warm embrace and loving nature.
Check out Tiphanie Doucet’s “Under my Sun” album, recorded in the Catskill Mountains at Sun Mountain Studio in Boiceville, New York.
Tiphanie Doucet – “Under my Sun” album
“I wrote a lot of this music with some anger, some sadness, some self-questioning. But music puts me at peace and that’s what I want to give to the ones who listen to this album. If you want to make your life warm and happy, you can. You are your own ‘sun’.” – Tiphanie Doucet
‘Under my Sun’ album highlights Doucet’s journey into womanhood following a painful breakup. Also, it shares her intimate experiences of love, loss, infidelity, addiction, and self-doubt. In conclusion, it’s about growth, self-discovery, and maintaining a positive outlook throughout life’s tribulations.
Tiphanie Doucet – “Under my Sun”
At the age of 15, Tiphanie Doucet starred in the film Le bébé d’Elsa, and later in the Glee-like TV series Chante! Those exposures increased her popularity in France, where she grew up studying ballet and harp. After her career in TV ended, she made her way to America for a fresh start.
Since then, she’s been writing songs and testing them out on street corners, cruises, and cafés throughout New York and Jersey City. Doucet’s musical influences include Norah Jones, Ingrid Michaelson, and Feist.
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