Klô Pelgag is a renowned singer-songwriter who shares her quirky, authentic world with the public. After putting out an independent EP, she released her debut LP,
L’alchimie des monstres in 2013 and won several awards, including Best New Artist at the Gala de l’ADISQ in 2014, the Prix Barbara of the French Culture Minister, the Grand Prix de la Francophonie of l’Académie Charles Cros, the Prix Miroir Célébration de la langue française at Festival d’été de Québec, as well as the Prix Raspat-Lelièvre. She toured several francophone countries to present the songs of that album, giving more than 200 concerts in Quebec, Belgium, France and Switzerland. Her sophomore effort, 2016’s L’étoile thoracique was a massive success in Quebec. She won four Félix awards at the Gala de l’ADISQ in 2017: Alternative Album of the Year, Album of the Year — Critics’ Choice, Singer-Songwriter of the Year, and Record Producer of the Year. The album made the long list of the Polaris Music Prize in 2017, and was nominated at the Juno Awards the following year. Additionally, she won the prestigious Prix Félix-Leclerc, as well as the Prix de la chanson SOCAN for her song Ferrofluides-fleurs. She also presented her first concert in Japan. In 2018, she was crowned Female Artist of the Year at the Gala de l’ADISQ.