Les Sœurs Boulay

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Les Sœurs Boulay
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Background information
OriginGaspésie, Quebec, Canada
Genresfolk music
Years active2013 (2013)–present
LabelsGrosse Boîte
MembersStéphanie Boulay
Mélanie Boulay

Les Sœurs Boulay (The Boulay Sisters) are a Canadian folk music group from Quebec, consisting of sisters Stéphanie and Mélanie Boulay.[1] Originally from the Gaspésie, they are currently based in Montreal.[1]


The Boulay sisters released their full-length debut album, Le poids des confettis, on Grosse Boîte in early 2013.[1] Their song "Mappemonde" was a shortlisted nominee for the 2013 SOCAN Songwriting Prize, and the album was a longlisted nominee for the 2013 Polaris Music Prize.[2] That year the pair were nominated for GAMIQ awards in seven categories.[3]

The duo toured around Quebec in support of their album, singing and playing guitar and ukulele.[4]

They released the follow-up 4488 de l'amour in October 2015. The title track received airplay on east coast radio stations.[5] They continued touring, but in larger venues as their fan base grew.[6]

In late 2017 the sisters took a break from touring because of Mélanie's pregnancy.[7]



  • Les poids des confettis (2013)
  • 4488 de l'amour (2015)
  • La mort des étoiles (2019) – No. 23 Canada[8]


  1. ^ a b c "Les Sœurs Boulay a sister act in harmony". The Gazette, March 25, 2013.
  2. ^ "Polaris Music Prize Unveils 2013 Long List". Exclaim!, June 13, 2012.
  3. ^ "Les Soeurs Boulay récoltent 7 nominations au prochain GAMIQ". Huffington Post, 01/10/2013
  4. ^ "Home is where the truth is for Les Soeurs Boulay". Montreal Gazette, Erik Leijon, October 15, 2015
  5. ^ "CHSR 97.9 MHz - Fredericton Top 30". !earshot. For the Week Ending: Tuesday, January 12, 2016
  6. ^ "Les Soeurs Boulay au Club Soda: pareilles, pas pareilles". Le Devoir, Sylvain Cormier, 10 November 2017
  7. ^ "Les sœurs Boulay annulent tous leurs spectacles d’ici les Fêtes". CBC Radio-Canada, 21 November 2017.
  8. ^ "Post Malone Has This Week's No. 1 Album". FYIMusicNews. 16 September 2019. Retrieved 16 September 2019.

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