November 14, 1985
indie rock, folk rock, country, pop, alternative
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, and musician
Vocal, guitar, piano, bass,
mandolin, ukulele, organ
Years active 1997–present
Light Organ Records
Lillix, The Blue Violets, 16mm, Ione Sky, The Luna Riot, Gold & Youth
Louise Burns is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Formerly a member of the band Lillix, she released her debut album as a solo artist, Mellow Drama, on April 5, 2011 on Light Organ Records. She began a national tour to support the album in June 2011;  in the same month, the album was named as a longlisted nominee for the  2011 Polaris Music Prize. 
Mellow Drama was produced by Dave Ogilvie and Kevin James Maher. 
Her second album,
The Midnight Mass, was released July 9, 2013.  The album was produced by  Colin Stewart of The Hive and Sune Rose Wagner (Raveonettes). 
Discography [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "Louise Burns Revels in Mellow Drama on Debut Album". , January 11, 2011. Exclaim!
^ "Louise Burns and Sun Wizard Team Up for Canadian Tour". Exclaim!, June 8, 2011.
^ "2011 Polaris Music Prize Long List announced". aux.tv, June 16, 2011.
^ "Vancouver singer-songwriter Louise Burns sets a new musical fire". , February 1, 2011. Vancouver Sun
^ "Louise Burns Unveils 'The Midnight Mass,' Premieres New Song". Exclaim!, April 18, 2013.
^ "Light Organ Records – Releases".