Antoine Corriveau is a fully-fledged artist. In the Quebec musical landscape since 2011, he made a lasting impression in 2015 with the acclaimed Les Ombres Longues, which earned him the Prix de la chanson SOCAN (by popular vote) for his song “Le nouveau vocabulaire.” Cette Chose qui cognait au creux de sa poitrine sans vouloir s’arrêter was released in October 2016 and was notably nominated in 4 categories at the Gala de ADISQ, in addition to making the Long List of the Polaris Music Prize 2017and winning the Indie Rock Album of the Year award at the 2017 GAMIQ Gala. Corriveau was also included among the ten finalists of the Prix Félix Leclerc – and he won the Prix André « Dédé » Fortin, presented by SPACQ to an emerging artist.