KROY is the stage name of singer, songwriter and composer Camille Poliquin. Described as a visionarynartist, her soaring voice and bold pop explorations have seen her accumulate over 55 million streams onnSpotify. nIn the fall of 2016, KROY released her debut solo album SCAVENGER whose hypnotic electro rhythmsnand brooding lyrics have garnered praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Nylon, FADER, Complex,nNoisey and more. The album’s success has allowed KROY to perform throughout Canada and abroad,nincluding New York, Paris, Le Printemps de Bourges, Austin (SXSW), Hamburg (The Reeperbahn) andnMontreal (Osheaga). In 2020, KROY collaborated with prolific Belgium-born producer Apashe on thensingle Rain. The musician is also part of the minimalist electro-pop duo Milk & Bone with LaurencenLafond-Beaune, and together they spawned two critically acclaimed albums and one EP. Throughout herncareer, Camille has won a Juno Award (2019), a Félix Award (2019), and has been twice longlisted fornthe Polaris Prize (2015 and 2018). nOn top of the success of KROY and Milk & Bone, the musician has crafted music for two Cirque du Soleilnshows and several feature films with Laurence Lafond-Beaune, which earned the pair a nomination at then2017 Canadian Screen Awards. Camille has also written the original music for the 2019 documentarynSisterhood, and KROY songs have been selected to create the right feeling in key scenes of multiplenmajor international TV shows.nKROY returns to unveil the fruits of her lyrical and musical explorations in a new album to be released inn2021. The musician’s new work features dark pop melodies that sometimes veer towards country gothninspired by love, death, robots, space and the deep ocean.