Montaigne releases latest single “Love Might Be Found (Volcano)”

Australian singer-songwriter Montaigne has just released her latest single, “Love Might Be Found (Volcano)”.

The song is a storming synthpop track, and Montaigne revealed that the song was her own version of Bjork’s “Enjoy” and Spillers’s “Groovejet (If This Ain’t Love)”.

She said: “I made this song with Wynne Bennett who is a fire ball and was really easy to work with. It was based on a mutual interest in the song ‘Enjoy’ by Bjork, so essentially we decided to make a Montaigne/Wynne version of the song.

“I’m really proud of how it came out. It’s like my version of ‘Groovejet’ by Spiller – the narratives are sort of parallel to each other.”

Montaigne (real name Jessica Cerro) has already proven to make a name for herself in her native Australia.

The 23-year-old’s debut album, “Glorious Heights”, peaked at #4 on the Australian ARIA Albums Chart in 2016, whilst her single “Because I Love You” hit #25 on Triple J’s ‘Hottest 100’ chart. The singer also won the award for Best Breakthrough Artist at the ARIA Awards – the Australian equivalent to the prestigious Grammy Awards.

She has also racked up 50+ million streams on Spotify, and fellow Australian singer Sia even noticed a cover she did of her hit “Chandelier” for Triple J’s “Like a Version”.

“Love Might Be Found (Volcano)” is the latest release to be taken from Montaigne’s upcoming sophomore album, “Complex”. She previously released two other singles taken from the album: “For Your Love” in 2018, and “Ready” earlier this year.

We love the new song, and we can’t wait to hear more from Montaigne!

You can listen to “Love Might Be Found (Volcano)” below:

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Written by Isla Williams

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