The Spaces In Between Amanda Rheaume

Album info

Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
27.05.2022

Label: Ishkode Records

Genre: Songwriter

Subgenre: Folk Rock

Artist: Amanda Rheaume

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  • 1The Spaces In Between04:45
  • 2Interlude 100:44
  • 3100 Years (Remastered 2021)03:42
  • 4Death Of The American Dream03:45
  • 5Interlude 200:54
  • 6Do About Her03:34
  • 7Maybe You Do03:53
  • 8This Love03:47
  • 9Interlude 300:51
  • 10Right By Your Side05:12
  • 11Supposed To Be04:46
  • 12Interlude 400:40
  • 13All Sides Of Me03:12
  • Total Runtime39:45

Info for The Spaces In Between



Amanda Rheaume’s rootsy, guitar-driven ballads introduce crucial dimensions to the world of Heartland Rock. In a genre characterized by anthems of underdogs, assumptions and unfair advantages, Rheaume’s sound and story crucially and radically expand the boundaries, geographic and cultural, to make space for new perspectives on resistance and resilience. A Citizen of the Métis Nation, and an active and proud member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, Rheaume’s music is indeed from the heart, and the land.

First a songwriter, Rheaume comes from a long line of tireless, transformational organizers and activists, and carries this lineage forward in her ever-growing role as a crucial builder of Indigenous music infrastructure and community. From the International Indigenous Music Summit, to newly-founded Ishkode Records, and the National Indigenous Music Office, the goal of raising Indigenous sovereignty in the music industry drives all of Rheaume’s work.

Rheaume has released 5 full-length albums over a period of 15 years, a self-managed career that has traveled countless tours and milestones. 2013’s Keep a Fire was nominated for a JUNO Award and won a Canadian Folk Music Award for Indigenous Songwriter of the Year. With a new single “100 Years,” a driving, surging Copperhead Road-esque journey through a wilfully, harmfully misrepresented chapter in a violent colonial timeline, Rheaume makes a powerful statement about history and identity.

“Conjuring thoughts of a swaggering Sheryl Crow” (Folk Radio UK)

"Someone who truly makes a positive difference with her work and art." (DittyTV)

"Great Americana, but even better, Rheaume is continuing to change the canon of what stories that genre tends to tell." (CBC Music)

“Rheaume’s voice is a balancing act of strength and vulnerability, cutting right through that welcome road-weary swing of the guitar and drums. ‘100 Years’ is great Americana, but even better, Rheaume is continuing to change the canon of what stoires that genre tends to tell” (Holly Gordon, CBC Music)

Amanda Rheaume



Amanda Rheaume
Amanda’s rootsy, guitar-driven ballads introduce crucial dimensions to the world of Heartland Rock. In a genre characterized by anthems of underdogs, assumptions and unfair advantages, Rheaume’s sound and story crucially and radically expand the boundaries, geographic and cultural, to make space for new perspectives on resistance and resilience. A Citizen of the Métis Nation, and an active and proud member of the 2SLGBTQ+ community, Rheaume’s music is indeed from the heart, and the land.

First a songwriter, Rheaume comes from a long line of tireless, transformational organizers and activists, and carries this lineage forward in her ever-growing role as a crucial builder of Indigenous music infrastructure and community. From the International Indigenous Music Summit, to newly-founded Ishkode Records, and the National Indigenous Music Office, the goal of raising Indigenous sovereignty in the music industry drives all of Rheaume’s work.

Rheaume (she/her) has released 5 full-length albums over a period of 15 years, a self-managed career that has traveled countless tours and milestones. 2013’s Keep a Fire was nominated for a JUNO Award and won a Canadian Folk Music Award for Indigenous Songwriter of the Year. With a new single “100 Years,” a driving, surging Copperhead Road-esque journey through a wilfully, harmfully misrepresented chapter in a violent colonial timeline, Rheaume makes a powerful statement about history and identity.

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