Ghostly Kisses is the dreamy music of Canadian singer and songwriter Margaux Sauvé. She began to play the violin at the age of 5 following in the footsteps of her family of musicians. It was several years later that she started to sing and wrote her first songs. The name 'Ghostly Kisses' was inspired from reading William Faulkner’s poem 'Une ballade des dames perdues’, and seemed like a beautiful reflection of Margaux's ethereal voice.
"The romance between Sauvé’s faint, spellbinding voice and her ethereal, airy soundscapes is dreamy; the interplay is intoxicatingly alluring." Atwood Magazine
"what makes the songs so beautiful is her ability to be understated" Waevlength
"melodious melancholia" Norhern Transmission