Armistice performing in 2011
|Labels||Dare to Care, Pirates Blend|
|Associated acts||Bedouin Soundclash, The Bronx|
|Members||Béatrice Martin (Coeur de pirate)|
Martin and Malinowski met at the Vancouver Olympics. They began a relationship and started playing music and writing songs together. The duo released a five-song EP, Armistice, on February 15, 2011 on Dare to Care Records. The EP's lead single, "Mission Bells", was released to radio in early January.
In addition to Martin and Malinowski, several members of the American punk rock band The Bronx participated in the recording, playing primarily in the mariachi style of their 2009 album Mariachi El Bronx. The album's tracks blended this with Malinowski's alt-rock, Martin's French indie-pop, and a little reggae.
|Title||Album details||Peak chart positions|
|"Mission Bells"||2011||Michael Maxxis|
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