30.10.11 by Jeff

Coeur de Pirate

A Wood & Wires Session with Coeur de Pirate (Beatrice Martin).

Coeur de Pirate Beatrice Martin Wood & Wires Session

Watch the performance below! What a voice!



Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.

  • <3 <3 <3

  • if she needs a muse i am available…

  • the bottom half of her profile looks like Larisa Oleynik’s

    beautiful sound, beautiful language

  • WASS

    Éclaircir la voix! J’aime!

  • toastrander


  • angelone

    I love her voice and piano playing.
    She’s totally gorgeous.
    I’ve been listening to her songs for years now, even tough I’m not that good at french :)

  • What a stunning voice!!!

  • Mantas

    Gorgeous voice and love the tattoos.

  • Happy to see the entire planet enjoying French music from Montreal!

  • I really do think Canada produces some of the best music/musicians on the planet, Beatrice has been filling my ears with her beautiful sound for a number of years now, she never fails to impress and it’s lovely to see her here on boooooom.com – so much love for Coeur de Pirate

  • Magnifique.

  • As Wicked

    Beautiful music, voice, woman, smile, tattoos, piano and room.

  • Ann

    cansomeone send the words of this song, i like it very much

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